Date: Wednesday, March 8, 2017 |
Time: 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (PST) -
Join us to learn how an existing customer used Nintex to integrate current HR and IT systems to streamline business-critical processes.
Date: Wednesday, March 15 |
Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am Hong Kong Time (HKT) -
Learn how you can implement the best practices for designing and acquiring workflow and content automation applications at your organisation to solve business challenges.
Date: Thursday, March 16, 2017 |
Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT) -
Learn how a Nintex customer in the oil & gas industry automated its core business processes across multiple departments for business agility.
The race to transform the enterprise is plagued with lots of legacy content and processes. Workflow and Content Automation (WCA) is a new business application category that will help enterprises fully automate the creation and routing of people-oriented processes.
Join us to hear Jim Lundy, CEO of Aragon Research, and senior business leaders from Nintex discuss the age of digital transformation, including trends driving enterprise digital transformation; what is Workflow and Content Automation (WCA); the competitive advantage enterprises can gain with WCA; and how to use WCA to drive the transformation process.
Today, digital transformation has changed everything about the way we work. It is now possible to replace traditional paper-based systems with an end-to-end digital experience. This webinar, presented by Nintex Technical Evangelists Chris Ellis and KK Gan, showcases how a workflow solution can change every aspect of an organisation's operation, while increasing accuracy, employee engagement, and shortening process time.
Many organizations are going through digital transformation, and Nintex can help with that journey. The Nintex platform can help you not only to reduce paperwork, but also to reduce paperthinking. Considering the overall solution rather than only a form is essential for digital transformation to make a positive impact at your company. View this webinar as Nintex TE Chris Ellis shares how the Nintex platform can support you on the journey to a paperless office, enabling you to save time, increase efficiency, and make new things possible.
HR teams rely on elaborate procedures that, in some cases, waste 50% of their time. In this webinar, Nintex TE Chris Ellis demonstrates how a HR professional can use Nintex solutions to automate these processes and turn time-consuming HR tasks into time-saving solutions. Nntex HR Generalist Cynthia Cunden also shares how we have transformed our own HR processes internally.
Hawke's Bay Regional Council (HBRC) in New Zealand is the region's environmental management and economic development authority. HBRC needed to ensure that employees could easily gather data and accurately enter testing results used for decision-making, and that they could do so as efficiently and quickly as possible. In this webinar, Anthony Gouder from HBRC outlines how their scientists use the Nintex platform to keep the region's open waterways safe. He'll also share lessons learned from their implementation from buy-in to benchmarking to ROI.
Customer experience is rapidly becoming the primary source of differentiation in today’s economy. Since the customer journey takes place across multiple channels, many companies struggle with optimizing the workflows needed to manage it effectively. Learn how the best-in-class optimize their processes to deliver a consistent, omni-channel customer experience.
Workflow is at the heart of improved performance, better engagement and growth. Understanding how to execute workflow best practices can help organizations ride the digital transformation trend to greater success and loyal customers. Learn how you can use workflow to drive digital transformation in your organization.
In a mobile world, the needs to access information anywhere, anytime, and keep processes moving are extremely important. In KBA, Inc.'s case, lacking a strong solution for business process automation and dynamic data was putting the construction management firms's project success at risk, and without support for mobile devices, most users were unable to review and approve documentation from the field.