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Supporting Conservation with Document Generation

After being scared off by a villager’s hunting dogs, one infant orangutan was abandoned by his mother, another was found orphaned by a river, and a third was discovered at a palm oil plantation that had once been her lush forest home.

Jumbo, Valentino and Cinta, as they were later named, are young Bornean Orangutans. All three were rescued and brought to a rehabilitation center run by the Borneo Orangutan Survival (BOS) Australia Foundation.

Today, there are only 54,000 Bornean orangutans left in the wild. Due to deforestation, expansion of palm oil plantations, and illegal pet trading, the species is critically endangered.

BOS Australia was founded in 1991 in response to the overwhelming number of displaced orphaned orangutans. The organization focuses on reintroduction, rescue, release and habitat conservation in Borneo’s East and Central Kalimantan regions, where it operates two rehabilitation centers as well as conservation programs and release sites.

When an infant orangutan is abandoned by its mother, he or she loses a whole lifetime of early learning. BOS Australia helps teach these skills to the orphaned orangutans so they can someday be released back into the wild.

Nintex conservationSo, What Does Nintex Have to Do with Orangutans?

The nonprofit organization’s efforts are funded entirely through charitable donations. We were excited to offer the Borneo Orangutan Survival Australia Foundation complimentary licenses for Nintex Document Generation for Salesforce, formerly referred to as Nintex Drawloop, to facilitate their donor relations efforts.

Retaining the support of donors is critical for the continuation of the BOS Foundation’s efforts to care for endangered orangutans. After an orphaned orangutan is rescued, they may need to spend up to seven years at a rehabilitation center learning the skills needed to survive in the wild – and some can never return. The BOS foundation provides care for these animals as long as needed.Nintex conservation

A robust communications program is crucial to the retention of Borneo Orangutan Survival Australia Foundation donors.

To help deliver these communications, BOS Australia’s Salesforce NPSP (Non-Profit Success Pack) partner, Morphate, recommended they implement Nintex Document Generation for Salesforce to support their communications efforts. Currently, Nintex DocGen for Salesforce is used to quickly deliver “thank you” messages and other communications, such as updates on the organization’s work, to its valued donors.

Nintex DocGen for Salesforce helps BOS Australia meet the needs of their donors, and in turn, continue to do their important work protecting the endangered orangutans.  We are proud to support the Borneo Orangutan Survival Australia Foundation, especially their care for Cinta, Jumbo, and Valentino, and their conservation efforts to protect the endangered species.

Thank you so BOS Australia for your continued work to save and protect these wonderful animals!

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Jim Roberson

Jim Roberson serves as VP and General Manager at Nintex. He co-founded Drawloop in 2001, which was acquired by Nintex in 2015. Since that time, Drawloop’s document generation capability has been successfully integrated into the Nintex platform and rebranded as Nintex Document Generation.