Next gen cloud automation platform from Nintex features enhanced governance and security controls, workflow tracking, and forms integration to accelerate the digital transformation of public and private sector organizations
Nintex, the global standard for process management and automation, announced the latest enhancements to its next gen cloud automation platform, Nintex Workflow Cloud, including new security and authorization milestones, enhanced governance features, workflow tracking for business owners, intelligent forms integration, and more.
“Public and private sector organizations are looking to drive further efficiencies across their operations with automation software,” said Nintex Chief Product Officer Neal Gottsacker. “With the ease and power of Nintex Workflow Cloud, information technology and ops professionals as well as business analysts, across departments like HR, Sales, Marketing, Finance and Legal, are empowered to improve simple to sophisticated business processes with the platform’s visual drag-and-drop workflow and forms designer – making the process of automating work fast and secure.”
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Today, leading enterprises in every major industry and the public sector have standardized on Nintex for their process management and automation needs. Organizations like the City and County of Denver, Zoom, Coca-Cola Beverages Florida and Wizz Air are going digital faster thanks to Nintex software solutions. With the visual process mapping capabilities of Nintex Promapp , featuring one-click automation integration with Nintex Workflow Cloud, and the end-to-end automation orchestration capabilities Nintex offers in its platform – from workflow to digital forms and mobile apps, to document generation and eSignatures, to process analytics and more – companies are accelerating results while saving valuable time and money.
Zoom Video Communications, Inc. worked with Nintex Premier Partner Pacific BPA at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic to improve its channel order tracking and management of business processes. Pacific BPA Solution Architect Alex Viera said, “We built the entire solution on Nintex Workflow Cloud, integrating with Zendesk and Salesforce, without writing a single line of code. There was a lot of pressure to get this solution right, and Nintex was the perfect fit.”
Nintex Workflow Cloud security and authorization milestones
- Expanded cloud options for Canadian customers – The newest data center located in central Canada joins Nintex’s other strategic facilities around the world to give Canadian-based Nintex customers added confidence regarding their data privacy, sovereignty, and regional requirements.
- SOC 2 security milestone – Security controls for Nintex Workflow Cloud have achieved an independent, exception-free SOC 2 Type 2 report as announced on October 7, 2021. The System and Organization Controls (SOC) 2 report covers Nintex Workflow Cloud and its key functional components: Nintex Workflow and Forms, Nintex DocGen , Nintex Xtensions , and Nintex Analytics.
- Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program’s (FedRAMP) In Process designation – Officially announced on September 29, 2021, this FedRAMP in Process designation for Nintex Workflow Cloud for Government allows U.S. government agencies at the state, local and federal level and their affiliates to safely and securely accelerate digital transformation and eliminate paper and manual processes.
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Notable new features in Nintex Workflow Cloud
- My Nintex’s workflow tracking – My Nintex provides process owners and workflow participants control and visibility over digital forms, tasks, and workflows in a single dashboard. With the new workflow tracking feature, business owners gain enhanced insights and visibility into in-process workflows enabling them to track the progress of outstanding approvals and decisions.
- Data source variables – Dynamically surface data from external systems of record in Nintex’s Workflow Cloud forms to improve how and what information is available and displayed to end-users. Reduce form complexity and data errors further by easily connecting to external data sources.
- Nintex’s Gateway SQL Connector – Nintex’s Gateway is an on-premises application enables Nintex’s Workflow Cloud to access on-premises resources such as RPA Central and Microsoft SharePoint on-premises. The October 2021 release of Nintex’s Workflow Cloud features additional support for Microsoft SQL Server via the new SQL Connector. The SQL Connector provides support for adding, viewing or updating data, querying a table or view, and executing a stored procedure from any on-premises SQL database.
- Intelligent PDF Form Converter – Released in July 2021, this AI-based tool instantly converts static PDFs into interactive digital forms. With just a few clicks, paper-based PDF forms can be quickly digitized with Nintex’s Workflow Cloud. Support for fillable and non-fillable PDFs, as well as full customization options via the Nintex’s Form Designer, are also included.
“Nintex’s Workflow Cloud is one of the tools we leverage to quickly and easily deliver holistic solutions within departments and across the company,” said New Belgium Brewing Company’s Business Systems Analyst Tye Eyden. “The more our people experience Nintex’s, the more they come to us with new ways to use it.”
Nintex’s is the global standard for process management and automation. Today more than 10,000 public and private sector organizations across 90 countries turn to the Nintex’s Platform to accelerate pro.
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