Our CEO John Burton delivered the keynote address at Nintex's first-ever conference - InspireX - that unveiled future products the company plans to roll out.
In a wide-ranging talk featuring product demos, Burton, signaled that Nintex is going to be a force in the technology arena. "We’ve been understated but that’s going to change," he said.
With the proclamation that "automation allows innovation," by freeing an entity's resources to address strategic initiatives, Burton proceeded to show a series of videos showing who various companies employ Nintex solutions interspersed with his inviting a number of Nintex experts to the state to demonstrate Nintex products.
During the presentation, Burton invited Nintex Product Manager Luke Bongiorno, to discuss a new addition to the Nintex lineup: Nintex Insight. Insight is a cloud-based service to track workflows, understand who uses them, how often and to determine their efficacy and value. "It's a commitment on our part to do for your process analytics what we did for your process innovation," Burton said.
He also revealed that a forthcoming Nintex Exhange. The Exchange will be "...a gallery to exchange ideas, user defined actions, solutions from simple to sophisticated, making it easier to start, build and deploy. I think you know our partner and user community is vibrant. This is the next extension," Burton said.
There's no timeline to share regarding the availability of Insight or the Exchange, so check in regularly to Nintex Connect for updates. And next year, you'll want to consider attending InspireX yourself to hear the latest news about and to see demos on Nintex Products.
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