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Nintex named a Leader in Workflow and Content Automation
Wed, 11th May 2022
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Aragon Research has named Nintex a Leader in Workflow and Content Automation (WCA) for its consistent product innovation and market leadership.

The company's latest vendor evaluation report, The Aragon Research Globe, reviewed 13 leading software providers renowned for innovating the automating of content and, as a result, digital transformation.

Aragon reports that productivity can be fostered “when the process for creating and routing documents that are part of contracts and onboarding is semi- or fully-automated.

Modern WCA software also offers organisations the benefits of automated process documentation intelligence that doesn't need to rely on human intervention.

“Transforming the way people work, whether from home or the office, is just as critical today as it was at the start of the pandemic,” Nintex CEO Eric Johnson says.

“Nintex is honoured to be named a Leader by Aragon Research, and our ongoing commitment is to help Nintex customers and partners turn manual, paper-based and repetitive processes into fully digital experiences with our easy-to-use, intelligent automation platform.

Nintex Process Platform allows commercial enterprises and government agencies to design and deploy streamlined digital processes.

The company says this generates greater employee, customer and partner experiences.

Further, it has over 10,000 organisations and hundreds of partners globally using its platform to automate work and maintain a competitive advantage.

“As a leader in The Aragon Research Globe for Workflow and Content Automation 2022, Nintex is well positioned to sustain its growth trajectory and power a new generation of enterprise applications that completely automate old forms-based processes,” Aragon Research lead analyst Jim Lundy says.

“Now with nearly $300 million in annual revenue, Nintex continues to add solutions and capabilities into its suite of process intelligence and automation tools that Center of Excellence (COE) groups need to consider.

The report also acknowledged Nintex as an innovative software vendor that “has helped to pioneer a no-code/low-code approach to both content and process automation, as well as the discovery and mapping of processes.

Aragon also cited Nintex's recent acquisitions of AssureSign and Kryon Systems, noting that the company is moving forward in the RPA space.

Nintex Workflow Cloud, the company's cloud automation platform, offers the following process management and automation capabilities:

  • Nintex Promapp for process mapping
  • Nintex Forms and Nintex Workflow for creating process apps and automated workflows with clicks, not code
  • Nintex RPA for automating repetitive tasks
  • Nintex DocGen for automating document creation
  • Nintex Analytics for optimising workflows; and Nintex AssureSign to sign documents quickly and securely from anywhere

Nintex also recently fast-tracked process automation across commercial enterprises and government agencies by adding over 50 new process templates to its online Nintex Gallery.

The online Nintex Gallery is an interactive portal containing downloadable process maps, automation templates, workflows, and connectors to accelerate digitising work for companies worldwide.