Nintex News - October 2014

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Hello Everyone!

This week, I have a overview of what's been happening in the world of Nintex over the past month


Release: Nintex Workflow and Nintex Forms for Office 365 Now Available in Japanese


To further strengthen our presence in Japan, we’re partnering with leading software distributor SoftBank Commerce & Service Corp. to launch Japanese language versions of Nintex Workflow for Office 365 and Nintex Forms for Office 365. Organizations throughout Japan will be able to advance their business process automation strategies in the cloud.


“The demand for workflow automation is growing rapidly in Japan,” says Dan Parker, Vice President of Sales, Asia Pacific at Nintex. “We are committed to making investments to support our existing customers and to respond to the large, addressable market in the region. SoftBank C&S truly understands the value of workflow automation and has the expertise to help Japanese customers get more value from everyday business process automation and ultimately meet their business goals.” Read more here.


Release: Try Nintex Connectors for Salesforce and Microsoft Dynamics CRM


Nintex Connectors for Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Salesforce are now available to access* free of charge until October 31. Review our Quick Start Guides to get started today.



> Dynamics CRM Connector Quick Start Guide

> Salesforce Connector Quick Start Guide

  *Access to Nintex Connectors with current Software Assurance contract



Webinar: Is Your Forms Strategy Ready for the End of InfoPath? infopath.jpg

InfoPath is nearing the end of its lifecycle and Microsoft has provided a timeframe for ending support. If you're currently using InfoPath as your forms solution, there has never been a better time to take a look at the effectiveness of your forms strategy.

Join the webinar series, where we'll explore common forms scenarios and show how you can address those challenges and more with Nintex.



Case Study: New Zealand Fire Service Improves Accuracy and ProductivityNew Zealand Fire Service.png


With 450 stations and up to 8,000 full-time and volunteer staff, the New Zealand Fire Service needed an easy way to manage, share and organize fire safety program information. The agency wanted to avoid the errors, delays and frustration that resulted from its “very complex” paper-based processes, says Lesley Jones, the agency’s senior business analyst and project manager. Automating its processes with Nintex Workflow for SharePoint significantly improved the quality of its reports and its reputation with other government agencies.


Nintex also helped the agency boost its accuracy, efficiency and productivity.


"Now action tasks are delivered to employees through email, and they can go to just one place to get any document or instructions they need,” Lesley says. “They don't have to jump on different network drives to try to track things down. Everything they need is delivered to them directly."

Read the New Zealand Fire Service case study and learn more about how a workflow solution helped the agency speed approvals and avoid missing important information.


That's all folks!


Emily, your community manager