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Nintex and Adobe partner to create Nintex Sign

28 Jan 2019

Nintex announced a strategic partnership with Adobe to bring new native electronic signature capabilities, called Nintex Sign powered by Adobe Sign, to Nintex partners and customers.

Nintex Sign powered by Adobe Sign, the e-signature solution used by over half the Fortune 100, supposedly meets the growing worldwide demand of Nintex customers and partners for affordably priced, trusted and fully integrated e-signatures within the Nintex Process Platform to securely complete transactions. 

Thousands of partners, public, private, and government organisations supposedly leverage the  Nintex platform daily to quickly build process apps, automate their most sophisticated workflows, and generate all kinds of documents from disclosures, to orders, to closing contracts leveraging responsive Nintex digital forms and templates.

“The new offering produced by this partnership powerfully extends the native capabilities of our Nintex Platform, trusted as the global standard for process and document automation, to now include industry-leading Adobe-backed eSignatures,” said Nintex CEO Eric Johnson. 

“Nintex Sign, powered by our strategic partnership with Adobe, will bring tremendous value to our thriving Nintex process management and automation community.”

Adobe Document Cloud VP Ashley Still added, “We believe great experiences for customers and employees start where the document does. With Nintex Sign powered by Adobe Sign, we’re excited to bring these two best-in-class solutions together, making it easier for Nintex’s global partner network and customers to transform digital document workflows.”

Aragon Research CEO Jim Lundy commented, “This strategic partnership brings together two of the leading providers in Documents, eSignatures, Process Management, Workflow and Content Automation.”

Nintex is the global standard for process management and automation. More than 8,000 public and private sector clients across 90 countries turn to the Nintex Platform to accelerate progress on their digital transformation journeys by managing, automating and optimising business processes.

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