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Best Practices, Workflow and Content Automation

Why Does It Pay to Eat Your Own Dog Food?

November 24, 2016, Author: admin

Nintex Director of Field and Partner Marketing Jaana Linsenmayer savors memories of how Nintex Workflow helps people work more effectively. Her favorite memory of someone helped by Nintex? Herself. Eat your own dog food? Ninsters live the concept. When she started at Nintex, she experienced our automated employee onboarding process […]

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2016 InspireX Conference Attendees Share Why to Go

November 18, 2016, Author: admin

Last year around this time, we were planning the InspireX conference, our first big event for customers and partners. We didn’t know quite what to expect from InspireX but we were excited about offering a conference focused on all things Nintex. After the success of that first conference, we couldn’t wait […]

Digital Transformation

Private Sector & Government Employees “United” in Work

November 16, 2016, Author: Mike Fitzmaurice

There’s a common perception that compared to public sector, private sector is more efficient, nimble and modern in the ways they work and the technology that powers everyday business. But is that true in reality? We set out to see if perception matches reality by talking to government employees and private […]

Cloud, Workflow and Content Automation

What Does Nintex Workflow Cloud Mean for SharePoint Users?

November 14, 2016, Author: Mike Fitzmaurice

Several of our customers have asked what the Nintex Workflow Cloud means for our SharePoint Server and Office 365 offerings. The short answer is it makes them better. Use Nintex Workflow Cloud as a Library of “Sub-Processes” Every workflow you create in Nintex Workflow Cloud is meant to be called by […]

Document Generation, Process Automation

Top 5 Fears of Creating Documents (& 1 Incredible Fear-Buster)

October 31, 2016, Author: admin

While fictional ghouls, witches and zombies have terrified people on movie screens this Halloween season, we know it’s the very real fears about creating documents that keep you up at night. One of them? Errors. When you inadvertently send a mistake-riddled document to a customer, prospect or colleague, it’s enough […]