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Customers doing good with Nintex: Part 2

At the end of March, I wrote the blog post about some of our customers doing good with Nintex. It was so nice, I decided to do it twice.

This week I’m highlighting four organizations that are using the Nintex Process Platform to improve efficiency, drive results and best of all, free up time to better support their mission to serve and enrich the communities they serve.

Customers that are doing good:

Fulton County Schools

Founded in 1871, Fulton County School System is one of the oldest and largest school districts, with approximately 96,700 students across 105 schools in the state of Georgia. The vision of the school system is for all students to learn their full potential.

Fulton County Schools used Nintex to eliminate paper and automate the application process for one of its school’s “STEAM Academy.” Using Nintex Workflow and Nintex Forms, Fulton County Schools Enterprise Applications team digitized the entire application process end-to-end.

Parents now complete their child’s application via an online form and the program coordinator is notified to review. Once reviewed, the program coordinator can approve or decline, and the workflow automatically notifies parents of their child’s acceptance status.

“Nintex is a huge part of our digital transformation success at Fulton County Schools. Thanks to Nintex we’re effectively giving our teachers and staff more time every school day to do what they do best – educate children and turn them into tomorrow’s leaders.”

– Anne Sexton, Coordinator of Enterprise Applications, Fulton County Schools

As customers, the Enterprise Applications team continues to find more opportunities to utilize Nintex at Fulton County Schools and it has opened up more possibilities to do more to drive productivity, and ultimately help its employees focus on its vision.

Goodwill of Central and Coastal Virginia

Goodwill of Central and Coastal Virginia (GCCVA) has been providing job training, employment placement services, and other community-based programs since 1923. The non-profit organization believes in changing people’s lives through the power of work.

When it came time to migrate from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2019, GCCVA’s IT team realized it was an opportunity to improve other aspects of its IT infrastructure, including its InfoPath forms and SharePoint Designer workflows.

Both tools presented significant limitations, which led GCCVA to Nintex.

“My new form tool is Nintex. Period. All my development is in Nintex, and I no longer have to touch InfoPath. In fact, when I need a new update to an InfoPath form, I just rebuild it in Nintex.”

– Erin Glenn, SharePoint Solutions Architect, Goodwill of Central & Coastal Virginia

Since completing the migration GCCVA’s IT team has automated various business process with Nintex Forms and Nintex Workflow, including a billing reporting solution that is now completed in half the time. Nintex helps the IT department at GCCVA deliver complete and complex process automation that help power the organization forward.

Scottish Fire and Rescue

Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) is the world’s fourth largest fire-and-rescue service. The organization delivers frontline services across Scotland responding to fires and other emergency incidents.

The process of managing payroll data for the fire service’s retained duty service (RDS) staff was manual and cumbersome, requiring station managers, watch managers and payroll teams to spend an estimated total of more than 10,000 hours handling over 3,000 spreadsheets each year. SFRS needed a digitized payroll solution for the recording and validation of all staff hours.

“Our firefighters are overwhelmingly positive about the solution because it is very intuitive, saves them precious time and allows them to be paid correctly and on time.”

– Stuart Chalmers, ICT business services manager, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service

SFRS worked with Synergi, a Nintex Premier Partner, to design and build a new timesheet and payroll system for its staff built on Nintex for Office 365. RDS crew now records all their hours on a mobile app and the data is then validated and approved by station or watch managers and sent directly to the SFRS payroll systems for quick and accurate payment.

The solution is a win-win for its RDS staff, managers, and payroll admins.

TLC for Kids

Australian charity, TLC for Kids was established in 1998 with the mission to put smiles back on sick kids’ faces. The charity does this through services that provide practical and emotional support for children in need and their families.

Each request for assistance that TLC for Kids receives, requires the creation of confirmation letters for both the child receiving the service and the healthcare professional who lodged the request. To reduce the administrative strain on the charity’s small team, TLC for Kids implemented Nintex Drawloop DocGen® for Salesforce to automate the creation and management of its patient and service confirmation letters.

TLC for Kids saves approximately 15 minutes of manual work per letter by automating its patient and service confirmation letters with Nintex Drawloop. It’s a significant time saving, especially when you consider the estimated 400 letters it sends each year – freeing up its small staff to focus on its mission.

I hope you agreed that these are all customer stories we can feel good about.

We are proud to be a small part of the great work these organizations do each day. To all our first responders, education, and non-profit customers and others – thank you again for all you do to keep our communities learning, growing, safe, and smiling.


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