Nintex has partnered NEC Australia to provide customers with the company's workflow and forms solutions.
The partnership with NEC Australia will allow Nintex to provide additional support to the many customers looking to boost their workplace efficiency and effectiveness. Nintex has a strong presence in Australia and is continuing to evolve its partner network in the region to ensure customers have the best possible experience with Nintex's workflow productivity platform.
The rise of organisations focusing on streamlining and automating their business processes demonstrates an increase in partners looking to Nintex to provide a value-added offering around workflow automation to their services and solutions, according to a company statement. NEC Australia partner alliance practice lead, Tim Pagram, said he had seen businesses across the board experience significant gains in productivity and customer satisfaction by using Nintex technology.
"We look forward to offering this solution to our customers," he said .
"As cloud computing grows, particularly in Australia, customers are increasingly looking for ways to create efficiencies and automate critical business processes." Nintex's workflow automation platform, which includes Nintex Workflow and Nintex Forms for SharePoint and Office 365, streamlines processes on and between today's most-used enterprise content management systems and collaboration platforms, connecting on-premises, cloud workflows, and mobile users. Nintex vice president of sales in APAC, Dan Parker, said the company was founded in Australia, and that the local market had always been a key focus for the company.
"Our partnership with NEC reinforces our ongoing commitment to the market," he said.
"With the ever-increasing adoption of cloud computing, and specifically Office 365, there is increased opportunity for growth with our complementary workflow platform."
Nintex has more than 20 partners in Australia, ranging from boutique Microsoft SharePoint and Office365 solution providers to mid-sized system integrators, through to national and global system integrators.
Its diverse partner channel supports hundreds of customers in Australia, including several ASX 200-listed companies and multinational corporations across all industries. Melbourne-born entrepreneurs, Brian Cook and Brett Campbell, founded Nintex in 2006.
More than 5,000 organisations in 90 countries are currently running millions of workflows daily using Nintex technology.
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