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Australian bank win APAC Nintex award for transformation

06 Jun 2019

Nintex, a global provider of process management and automation, has announced the worldwide winners for its 2019 Nintex Solution Innovation Awards. 

2019 Nintex Solution Innovation Award-winning organisations include Australian enterprise, Auswide Bank.

"Our success is based on the success of every Nintex customer and partner who is leveraging our process management and automation platform to transform work and accelerate results," says Nintex CEO Eric Johnson. 

"We're honoured to recognise an amazing group of customers this year who are process champions and automation heroes as well as great role models to any organization seeking to digitally transform itself."

The awards categories recognise Nintex customers who have successfully achieved impactful results leveraging the breadth of capabilities within the Nintex Platform. 

"We're using Nintex and Promapp to support a positive process improvement culture at Auswide Bank,” Auswide Bank customer operations head Michelle Ashwell said when Auswide began working with Nintex.

“Promapp has been integral to increasing the accessibility, control and audit trail of process changes, with Nintex supporting the workflow automation of various business processes. We're looking forward to sharing what we call our 'Road to Right' journey."

Full list of winners:

Regional Transformation Leaders

AMER: Marriott International 

APAC: Auswide Bank 

EMEA: SUEZ; Virgin Atlantic

Game Changing Nintex Capability-Specific Deployments 

Nintex Drawloop: Greysteel 

Nintex Promapp: Auto & General Holdings

Successful Cloud Expansion  

Allegis Group

Public Sector Standouts 

Nintex Platform: City and County of Denver 

Nintex Promapp: Port Stephens Council

Industry Breakthroughs

Education: Auburn University 

Energy: Eterna PLC 

Financial Services: SAFE Credit Union 

Health & Life Sciences: Siemens Healthcare

The Nintex Solution Innovation Award winners were selected by a panel of judges based on nominations submitted by Nintex customers and partners in early 2019. 

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