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Tech Partnerships Bolster Nintex Workflow Cloud

During its annual customer and partner conference this week, workflow and content automation platform vendor Nintex unveiled extended relationships with six key technology partners.

"Nintex is pleased to recognize our expanded partnerships with Adobe, Box, DocuSign, Dropbox, Microsoft and Salesforce -- all technology innovators driving digital transformation," said Nintex CEO John Burton in a statement.

RCP contacted Nintex via e-mail to get more information about what's new for the Nintex Workflow Cloud with each partnership. Here's what Burton had to say:

  • Adobe/DocuSign: "[The] relationships are extending beyond Salesforce-based document production with e-signatures to additional platforms such as Office 365 through connections to Nintex Workflow Cloud."

  • Box/Dropbox: "New actions within Nintex Workflow Cloud are designed to automatically integrate with Box and/or Dropbox. An event in either system can trigger workflow action in Nintex Workflow Cloud."

  • Salesforce: "[The] relationship is extending beyond our initial work in document generation (AppExchange: Nintex Drawloop) to the remainder of our product suite thanks to Nintex Workflow Cloud."

  • Microsoft: "[The] relationship is extending beyond SharePoint and Office 365 to Azure. Nintex Workflow Cloud is built on Azure which also extends workflows running in Azure."

Posted by Scott Bekker on February 15, 2017 at 2:56 PM


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