Category: Workflow and Content Automation

 

Workflow and Content Automation

10 Workflow and Project Management Apps You Need

February 22, 2018, Author: Joshua Tan

These days there are thousands of productivity apps that vary in the degree of technical skill required, the purpose they serve and the capacity in which they are used. Some businesses use multiple productivity apps and some just use one. The apps you use depend on the size and nature […]

Digital Transformation, Process Automation, Workflow and Content Automation

3 Key Ways to Make Your Relationships With Suppliers Better Than Ever

February 15, 2018, Author: admin

Managing your relationships with suppliers via supplier relationship management (SRM) is one of the most effective ways of ensuring your organization can run at an optimal level. By enabling closer, more collaborative and efficient relationships with your main suppliers you can maximize the value for all parties involved. This can […]

Process Automation, Workflow and Content Automation

Recover the Lost Time Spent Searching for Information

February 13, 2018, Author: admin

Nintex’s new study – America’s Most Broken Processes – provides unique insight into the way broken processes are holding organizations back, and what they can do about it. Download the report today. Organizations in corporate America waste valuable time every day due to broken processes. By fixing these, businesses can […]

Workflow and Content Automation, xchange

What Will You Learn at Nintex xchange?

February 12, 2018, Author: Elise Harrington

We’re excited to host our annual conference and unveil the new era of Intelligent Process Automation (IPA) in just a few weeks. We have more than 40 Nintex xchange sessions, and you can review the xchange session catalog here. The conference sessions are organized into six different tracks and there’s […]

Process Automation, Workflow and Content Automation

What Will the Automation of Knowledge Work Really Mean For You?

February 6, 2018, Author: admin

‘Knowledge work’ refers to jobs which depend primarily on the individual’s ability to work with information. In recent years, there’s been growing concern that the automation of knowledge work will cause ‘damage’ to those workers. The argument states that a wide range of jobs, from manufacturing to journalism to accounting, […]