Nintex Blog


Is Cross-Organizational Collaboration Key to your Org’s Future?

April 24, 2017, Author: Patrick Hosch

Businesses are always looking for ways to reduce their cost-base, their overheads, and make their resources go further. One of the methods for making budgets and business reach further is by collaborating with other companies on a specific project or even forming a more sustainable long-term partnership. Whatever the intended […]


Big Data Workflow Automation is Closer Than You Think

April 19, 2017, Author: Antony Ford

The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope, measuring 8.4 meters and boasting a 3.2 giga-pixel (yes, that’s 3.2 billion pixels) camera, is due to break many data-volume records. The camera will take a photo of the sky every 15 seconds, generating 30TB of astronomical data every night. During its 10-year operational period […]


The Tools to Help You Comply With the New EU Data Protection Regulations

April 18, 2017, Author: Mike Fitzmaurice

GDPR, the new EU data protection regulation, will be coming into effect on May 25, 2018. And, if your organization deals with the personally identifiable information (PII – definition here) of EU citizens, you will come under the law’s remit—regardless of where your business is based. So, if you haven’t […]


Effective and Efficient Regulatory Compliance: Naylor Love and Fremantle Ports

April 17, 2017, Author: Chris Ellis

Compliance in the digital business age requires significant effort on the part of organizations in both the private and public sectors. To effectively navigate the ever-evolving web of laws, rules, and regulations, government organizations and companies in heavily regulated industries require effective technology investments. Paperless content management and process automation […]


Seven Features Every Workflow Management System Should Have

April 14, 2017, Author: Brad Orluk

The thing to remember about workflows is that they are not necessarily one-size-fits-all. They can be as basic as an arrangement of tasks that need to be checked off by a couple of employees. Or they could be a highly complex collection of tasks and subtasks that depend on collecting […]