Bellevue-based Nintex last week announced at its annual customer and partner conference, InspireX, that it would be extending and enhancing partnerships with six industry-leading cloud platform and digital transformation companies: Microsoft, Salesforce, DocuSign, Dropbox, Adobe, and Box.

The extended and enhanced partnerships follow the general release of Nintex Workflow Cloud, a workflow and content automation platform designed to automate various business tasks ranging from simple to more sophisticated.

“With the launch of the Nintex Workflow Cloud, customers and systems integrators can easily and intelligently connect the applications they use today to automate their business processes,” said Nintex CEO John Burton in a press release. “Nintex is pleased to recognize our expanded partnerships with Adobe, Box, DocuSign, Dropbox, Microsoft, and Salesforce — all technology innovators driving digital transformation.”

The company’s partners also are enthusiastic about the expanded partnerships. “For 10 years, Nintex has enabled customers to automate business processes with SharePoint and OneDrive,” said Microsoft corporate vice president Jeff Teper in a statement. “Today, enterprises drive their digital transformation not only with Office 365 but also with Microsoft Azure and Dynamics CRM. Nintex Workflow Cloud elevates our partnership so customers can transform business processes with the largest and most secure suite of cloud productivity services.”

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Nintex InspireX welcome reception. Photo courtesy Nintex.

Through these expanded partnerships and the support of its customers, Nintex looks forward to continuing to innovate workflow automation software and boost productivity in the workplace.

“Our partners and customers are bringing the power of Nintex Workflow Cloud to life,” said Nintex vice president of product Ryan Duguid, “and we’re committed to continuously innovating to deliver on the Nintex promise of making people more productive by freeing up time for them to work on things that matter most.”

 

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