Bellevue-based Nintex announced Tuesday that it acquired Drawloop Technologies Inc., a company based in Irvine, California, that automates document creation. Drawloop is one of the top 10 paid apps on Salesforce AppExchange.

Nintex, which specializes in workflow automation, stands to gain from the increased functionality brought aboard with the Drawloop purchase.

“By bringing together our market-leading workflow automation with Drawloop’s document generation capabilities, we can more easily address scenarios that are often difficult or expensive for businesses to solve today, in and across multiple cloud platforms and in all mobile scenarios,” Nintex CEO John Burton said in a statement. “By allowing our solutions to be used by business analysts rather than programmers, we complement the IT organization while empowering the business user.”

Burton said that Drawloop’s employees and office in California will be retained. The company expects the California office to expand as the company continues to grow. Nintex has an additional office in Melbourne, Australia. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Nintex will begin integrating Drawloop’s automation tools “immediately.” The company’s combined tools will be available to SharePoint, Office 365, and Salesforce users in the future.

Drawloop was founded in 2001 by Todd Mezrah and Jim Roberson, both of whom will join the Nintex management team, reporting to Burton.