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Nintex adds new low-code features

Nintex, a provider of process management and automation software,  has added new features and made significant enhancements to its Nintex Workflow Cloud platform to make it easier and faster for IT, operations, business analysts, and process professionals to eliminate manual, and paper-based processes with automation and digital transformation solutions using clicks, not code.

The latest release includes new object support for different APIs and systems of record, including Microsoft 365, Google, Salesforce, and others, plus 20 more SharePoint connectors and added developer options to give workers even more point-and-click automation tools

The latest release includes new object support and permission management for data sources to provide secure, easy-to-use ways to create sophisticated workflows with speed and ease, and new capabilities to create even more connectors using the powerful Nintex Xtensions framework. Also included are new SharePoint Online Start Events, 20 more SharePoint Connectors, and developer options to make it even simpler and quicker to integrate workflows across systems of record and content repositories.

"Our latest Nintex Workflow Cloud innovations underscore our commitment to put the power of easy-to-use software in the hands of people who love to improve processes and automate work across every organization," said Nintex chief product officer Neal Gottsacker. "We're excited to see organizations in nearly every industry achieving rapid digital transformation by visually mapping, quickly automating, and continuously optimizing processes and workflows with Nintex's complete, cloud-based process management and automation platform."

Nintex Workflow Cloud is designed to grow with every organization as the business scales and adapts to planned or unexpected changes. According to the company, organizations that standardize on Nintex have reported achieving rapid digital transformation by effectively mapping processes, identifying areas for automation, and efficiently automating with the platform's built-in tools for digital forms, mobile apps, workflow automation, robotic process automation, document automation, and e-signatures.

Notable new features, functionality, and benefits provided by the Nintex Workflow Cloud include:

  • Object support, which creates more integrations for current and new workflows with different APIs and systems of record, including Microsoft 365, Google, Salesforce, and others.
  • New advanced tagging capabilities for faster discovery of created processes.
  • A complete suite of SharePoint capabilities including Start Events which allow workflows in Nintex Workflow Cloud to be triggered by actions in SharePoint Online, for example: creating a new item or document.
  • An online process accelerator gallery, https://gallery.nintex.com, featuring hundreds of free downloadable templates to jumpstart automation in many areas such as customer service, finance, legal, HR, IT, procurement, operations, sales and marketing. Templates include process maps, workflows, botflows, connectors, and tools.

With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 has been an unprecedented year for nearly every organization in the world. In recent months, the following four organizations turned to Nintex Workflow Cloud to solve their process pain points with automation: Zoom, The National Gallery SingaporeBNBuilders, and Trinity Grammar School in Australia. 

For more information, go to www.nintex.com.

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