Nintex User Group FAQ

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What is a Nintex User Group?

A Nintex User Group is a gathering of Nintex users where they voice technical issues, product roadmaps, and learn about Nintex technology. A vTE or Nintex champion, who are experts in Nintex technology, regularly organize these meetings.

 

Who qualifies as an organizer for a user group?

Anyone passionate about Nintex products and solving problems qualifies as a leader for a user group. Starting a user group in your region can help you build your personal brand, meet other Nintex enthusiasts, or discover new ways to use Nintex.

 

What if there is more than one organizer in the same city?

That’s great! We highly encourage having at least two organizers in each city so users have more options to attend more frequently if they wish. Organizers in the same city can also team up to make sure the user group runs regularly.

 

How often will user groups meet?

Quarterly or monthly is recommended.

 

How long are user group meetings?

It can range from 30 minutes to two hours.

 

Where will user groups meet?

Organizers are responsible for booking a venue to host user group meetings. Reach out to local partners to use their conference rooms or the regional Microsoft office to reserve a meeting space.

 

Where can I find a user group near me?

Visit meetup.com/pro/Nintex to look for a user group near you. If you don’t see one, consider starting one in your city by filling out a form here.

 

For any questions, please contact your Territory Manager or Field Marketing Manager.

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