Nintex, The company bills its technology as "the global standard for process management and automation", and it has announced its naming as "a leader In The Aragon Research Globe for Digital Transaction Management, 2021 based on a review by the independent research and advisory firm of 21 major providers in the market", with the report available for free download, after free registration, here.
Within this year’s analysis, Nintex says "Aragon recognises that COVID-19 has been and continues to be a key driver accelerating digital transformation initiatives across every industry".
According to the firm, “the pandemic has created a situation in which paper can no longer be relied upon as a safe medium” while employees work remotely.
Aragon also believes that “organisations that have deployed DTM continue to outperform their competitors” by providing streamlined and modern digital experiences.
Nintex CEO, Eric Johnson said: "At Nintex, we recognise that every business and government leader is facing increasing pressure to meet (and ideally exceed) the ever-increasing digital demands of their customers, employees and constituents.
“We appreciate being named a Leader with our easy-to-use and affordable platform for powerful automation solutions that turn manual, paper-based and repetitive processes into fully digital experiences for more than 50 per cent of the Fortune 500 and in over 10,000 organisations worldwide today.”
Within the report, Aragon Research examines the complete capabilities of the Nintex Process Platform to eliminate paper. With Nintex, we're told that "customers can automate the assembly and digital distribution of documents by leveraging the platform’s integrated eSignature and document automation capabilities, including Nintex Drawloop DocGen® which is an app available within Salesforce AppExchange.
"The firm also notes the Nintex Process Platform offers advanced process management capabilities including easy-to-use visual process mapping with Nintex Promapp and its built-in Nintex Workflow Generator capability, to create workflow scenarios including document generation with nearly touchless automation design work".
Nintex reports that its Australian-based customers, such as iNova Pharmaceuticals, Agilyx, and Shine lawyers, as well as government agencies such as the State Library NSW and Liverpool City Council, "all report significant results and customer/stakeholder satisfaction leveraging Nintex to easily manage, automate and optimise simple to complex business processes and workflows."
As you might expect, Nintex invites businesses to re-imagine their own business processes and put automation to work - from workflow to document or robotic process automation (RPA) - within your own organisation, and to do so by requesting a Nintex demo here.