Summer is typically a slower time of year in the Software as a Service (SaaS) business, whether in sales, marketing, or engineering. Here at Nintex, we ended our fiscal year at the end of June and many Ninsters (yes…that’s what we call ourselves!) embarked on family trips and outings. One big exception, however, has been the pace of innovation in our Nintex Sign® offering.
This summer, the entire Nintex Sign® product team has been hard at work in up-leveling our e-sign capability for our customers.
You may recall that in July I had posted a blog introducing the new Nintex Sign® connector and its general availability in our SharePoint on-premises environment. It marked the first time we had offered e-sign capability for our on-prem customers. At the same time, we added Nintex Sign® capabilities into Nintex Workflow Cloud (NWC), our own SaaS offering.
We didn’t stop there, though.
In August, we released new functionality within Nintex Worklfow Cloud®, where Nintex Sign® now connects to Adobe Sign’s admin console. This means that someone using Nintex Workflow Cloud can now trigger a workflow directly from an action within Adobe Sign, further expanding our possibilities around the world.
Today, I’m excited to announce that the great new functionality that we’ve put into on-prem and Nintex Workflow Cloud is now available in our Nintex for Office 365 offering. Now, no matter which platform you’re on, you can experience the latest and greatest of Nintex Sign® with Nintex automation. Below is a quick view of the great capabilities we delivered this summer.
As we move forward, we’ll continue to invest in our e-sign capability to make it even more robust and more complete, always aiming to elevate the experience our customers have with the Nintex Platform.