Nintex Blog

Best Practices, Process Automation

The Opportunity of Automating the Reference Checking Process

November 27, 2017, Author: Andrew Swanson

Reference checking is one of the most important HR processes. If references are not checked correctly, the ‘least bad’ outcome might be an embarrassment for your business and the new employee. The worst outcome is that, by hiring certain individuals to certain jobs, you may even be committing a felony. […]

Workplace

Nintex Gives Back: Supporting Northwest Harvest

November 22, 2017, Author: Elise Harrington

We were excited to kick off the 2017 holiday season with a Nintex Gives Back volunteer event supporting Northwest Harvest, Washington’s statewide hunger relief agency. Last week, 21 Nintex employees from our Bellevue office spent their morning portioning and packaging food to help feed our local residents in need. The […]

Digital Transformation, Nintex, Workflow and Content Automation

The Implications of Artificial Intelligence on Retail

November 21, 2017, Author: Matt Fleckenstein

While it is clear that we have entered the era of artificial intelligence, most industries have not even begun to understand the profound impact this technology can (and is) having on their businesses. One of the industries that is leading the way in terms of applying AI to their industry […]

Workplace

Why Nintex Is One of the Best Workplaces in the UK

November 17, 2017, Author: Elise Harrington

Great Place to Work is a global institution and consultancy that performs annual reviews of workplaces across the world. For the first time, they have ranked the Best Workplaces in IT for 2017 in the UK, recognizing 31 of the best organizations to work for in the sector. All of […]

Digital Transformation, Workflow and Content Automation

Citizen Development and the Consumerization of Information Technology

November 16, 2017, Author: Dan Stoll

Citizen development is one of the most exciting evolutions in corporate IT in recent years. Citizen developers are regular end-users who utilize low-code platforms (or citizen development software) which empower them to create or customize applications which they and their colleagues can use, without the input of central IT. Back […]