Australian port uses the Nintex Workflow Platform to streamline complex projects
Nintex Workflow and Nintex Forms accelerate cost savings and add business value for project development management.
Fremantle Ports, strategic manager of one of Australia’s largest general cargo ports, adopted a Nintex-based solution for the planning, development, and implementation for all complex projects. This solution speeds the development of project concepts, streamlines compliance activities, reduces risk, adds value to project outcomes, and optimizes project costs. It ensures that planners and managers have the right information at the right time to make the right decisions. Full project visibility and approval alerts keep projects on track. No wonder user adoption was quick, broad, and enthusiastic.
As with many major developments, some capital projects undertaken by Fremantle Ports have lengthy lead times, which can add complexity and expense. As cost and complexity grow, projects must continue to comply with ever-changing laws and regulatory requirements, fit within budgets, and continue to meet changing customer requirements. Reducing complexity can be challenging, since Fremantle Ports has numerous stakeholders; it draws input to major projects from its four divisions, each participating as appropriate to ensure project success.