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Why Does Workflow and Content Automation Matter to Credit Unions

June 12, 2017, Author: Mike Fitzmaurice

Earlier this year I was a guest on Mike Lawson’s CU Broadcast, where I talked about Nintex and Workflow and Content Automation (WCA). One of the main topics of discussion was enforcing and improving security for Credit Unions, and what Workflow and Content Automation can have to do with that. […]

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Will the Workplace of the Future Increase Human Efficiency?

June 8, 2017, Author: Ryan Duguid

At Nintex, we spend a lot of time imagining what the workplace of the future will look like. In a world of mobile, cloud and ever more connected data, it’s easy to assume people are bound to get more productive in future, and that they’ll be even more capable of […]

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Effectively Serve Your Customers with Process Automation Technology

June 5, 2017, Author: John Burton

Every business today knows the importance of customer service and customer experience. But not everyone knows how to do it or improve it. To help, we have partnered with Aragon Research to host a live webinar “Empower Your Business to More Effectively Serve Your Customers.” Aragon believes that Digital Business […]

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STIEBEL ELTRON Improves Customer Experience with Workflow Solutions

June 2, 2017, Author: Kevin Moran

STIEBEL ELTRON has produced energy-efficient water heating since the company’s inception in 1924, and today has grown to offer renewable energy and engineering solutions in over 120 countries. The company delivers innovation in energy efficiency to nearly 3,000 customers and sought a more efficient file-sharing solution to replace a manual […]

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How to Save Thousands Using the Right Workflow Management Tools

May 25, 2017, Author: Dan Stoll

If you’ve ever been tasked with obtaining approvals for a project plan, proposal or other important document, you’re probably aware of how quickly the process can become frustrating. Lengthy, drawn-out email chains between large groups of people are often met with frequent pauses as emails move from co-worker to co-worker. […]