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Nintex recognised for innovation in workflow and content automation

Process management and automation company Nintex is the recipient of the 2019 Aragon Research Innovator Award for outstanding technology innovation in Workflow and Content Automation (WCA).

This marks the fourth consecutive year that Aragon has recognised Nintex.

Aragon Research CEO and founder Jim Lundy presented the award to Nintex chief marketing - strategy officer Dustin Grosse at the Aragon Research Award Ceremony and Holiday Reception on December 5 in Redwood City, California.

Today more than 8,000 public and private sector clients across 90 countries use the Nintex Platform to accelerate their digital transformation journeys by enabling them to quickly and easily manage, automate and optimize business processes.

"Nintex is fortunate to have great technology, customers, partners and employees all fuelling our continued success," says Nintex CEO Eric Johnson.

"Digital process innovation is an incredibly strategic asset for business made increasingly more powerful when it is well-managed, automated and optimised.

“We're honoured to be recognised for our technology leadership by Aragon Research and remain committed to helping our worldwide Nintex Community achieve their 2020 digital transformation goals by leveraging the power of Nintex process management and automation."

Aragon also recognised corporate communications manager Elise Harrington with the 2019 Aragon Research Women in Technology Award for public relations, demonstrating her impressive communications work with Nintex customers this past year.

SFMTA productivity services manager Virdis Gamble says, "With Elise Harrington's help, I was able to successfully communicate our digital transformation journey and showcase many of the awesome solutions we've built using Nintex Workflow and Forms."

The Women in Technology Award recognises the achievements of women who have demonstrated outstanding personal and professional growth and significantly contributed to the technology industry.

2019 marks the third year in a row where a woman leader from Nintex has been honoured by Aragon and an independent panel of judges, first in 2017 with now Nintex corporate marketing vice president Kristin Treat being recognised for her public relations leadership and last year, in 2018, with Associate General Counsel Camden Hillas for her legal leadership.

The Aragon Research Innovator Awards recognise providers utilising visionary technology to actively disrupt, inform and lead the evolution of their markets.

Over the past 18 months, Nintex has expanded its award-winning Nintex Process Platform known for its powerful and easy-to-use workflow automation, document automation, digital forms, mobile app and process analytics capabilities, to include visual process mapping and business process management, Nintex Promapp, and robotic process automation, Nintex RPA.

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