Nintex, the world’s leading workflow company, delivers innovative software and cloud services that empower organisations to automate business processes, quickly and easily.
Diversus and Nintex focus on delivering technology that is powerful, easy to use, and addresses the needs of business users, developers, and IT professionals alike. Facilitating collaboration drives productivity and long-term results.
SharePoint provides a workflow engine and out-of-the-box workflows for basic automation without a developer. However, after SharePoint is customised to your organisational requirements, a developer is required. This is where the benefit of Nintex workflows is realised.
Nintex is a separate installer for stand-alone on-premise Microsoft SharePoint installations. Nintex Workflow Designer is conveniently built into the web browser, so no additional installations are needed.
Workflows can be designed to commence every time an item is added or changed within the specific container. Alternatively, workflows can be programmed to operate at a specified time or interval. Or the workflows can be conditional and only run when criteria are met.
Integrating With Other Systems
Nintex supports multiple integration points including web service requests, web requests, multiple queries (SQL, Oracle, XML, OLAP, OLEDB, LDAP, BCS, etc.), CRM integration and Biztalk, and even custom solutions. The ease of integration ensures that workflows work on an organisational level not just within a restricted context.
Understanding that infrastructure is different within each organisation, Nintex works on-premises or cloud-hosted through Office 365. Nintex's suite of software and cloud services enable organisations to automate everyday business processes quickly and easily.
Complex and Long-Running Workflows
With the enterprise-grade workflow tool, organisations can run upwards of hundreds of thousands of workflows a week. Microsoft has developed a very robust and powerful workflow engine, and Nintex enables this workflow for everyone.
Often workflows can last for years. By using multiple master workflows and sub-workflows, it’s technically simple to create business process tracking functionality with Nintex start workflow action, and scheduled workflows task. These allow you to set specific timeframes to start or resume workflows and automatically pick up with the newest design.
Nintex workflows are used by more than 5,000 public and private organizations in 90 countries, including 200 of the Fortune 500. With over 1,000 partners worldwide, Diversus is proud to be an elite provider across Australia. To connect directly to Nintex, click here.