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Jason Blair
Reseller
Senior Solutions Consultant at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Apr 18 2018

What is most valuable?

As a workflow automation solution, being able to route, approve and manage content is one of the few areas in... more»

How has it helped my organization?

In some instances, workflows I’ve built for customers have transformed the business, saving significant time and costs... more»

What needs improvement?

* Built-in reporting on-prem is limited and clunky at best. * Integration can be fairly technical, and often business... more»

What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

Nintex products are expensive, but valuable. Licensing in on-premise was historically based on a perpetual model, where... more»

Which solutions did we use previously?

SharePoint Designer and Visual Studio are alternatives, as are K2 and a few newer players in the visual workflow and... more»

What other advice do I have?

Get a trial, talk to a technical sales rep, and just go in and try to build something. It’s pretty amazing how easy it... more»
Matt Mallory
Real User
SharePoint Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Apr 26 2018

What is most valuable?

The Vizio-style designer that runs in the browser is, to me, by far the most valuable feature of the solution. It means that the customer doesn’t have to install any client tools... more»

How has it helped my organization?

The biggest improvement to the organizations that I work with is that it allows the users to reduce, if not eliminate completely, the amount of human interaction, for both complex... more»

What needs improvement?

While Nintex Workflow has pretty robust troubleshooting abilities, I think that improving the default logging and notifications would be helpful. Many times we work with clients... more»

What other advice do I have?

I have used Nintex Workflow 2010 and Nintex Worflow 2013. I have not worked with a client that has the most recent version deployed. Overall, I would rank Nintex Workflow at eight... more»
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Harsha Vardhini
Consultant
Associate at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Apr 26 2018

What is most valuable?

* Scheduling a site workflow is much easier and more convenient. * I like the feature of getting an email for a workflow error, then I do not have to go through every instance. *... more»

How has it helped my organization?

It provides data accuracy with fewer failures. It saves time as tasks are automated. This tool is really helpful in reducing a lot of manual work. Its drag and drop components help... more»

What needs improvement?

Converting a document from PDF to MS Word, or vice versa, needs to be improved.

What other advice do I have?

For the past three years, I have been using Nintex with SharePoint 2010 as well as the 2013 environment.
David Dean
Real User
SharePoint/Office 365 Architect, Team Lead at a mining and metals company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Apr 26 2018

What is most valuable?

* Lazy Approval (email-based approval) * External system connectivity actions * Delegation * Rapid solution development

How has it helped my organization?

We have been able to automate many different business processes for several different departments. Our solutions using Nintex has been most successful in automating HR processes because it allows you to easily and rapidly build solutions that... more»

What needs improvement?

Bring all features available from the on-premise product into the cloud version and the workflow error reporting.
Milford Hutsell
Real User
IT Senior Application Analyst / Business intelligence Specialist at a transportation company with 10,001+ employees
Sep 11 2018

What is most valuable?

Being able to simply create workflows to handle business processes. It allows us to route approvals to users without human intervention.

How has it helped my organization?

One of the processes that we developed was to allow requests for new login accounts. These require managerial as well as HR approval, then it sends workflows after the approval to a lot of different individuals as tasks for them to handle... more»

What needs improvement?

Nintex seems to be very server intensive. It is one of the reasons that we are moving to a different product on the SharePoint 2016 platform.
Amy Sawtell
Consultant
SharePoint Consultant at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
Apr 26 2018

What do you think of Nintex Workflow?

What is our primary use case?: Automating business processes, such as employee annual reviews, new employee onboarding, and advanced approval processes.  • How has it helped my organization?: Approvals are completed faster now that they can be done via mobile, using LazyApproval. • What is most valuable?: Allows us to provide desktop/laptop and mobile solutions to our users. Using workflow for simple approvals and LazyApproval; the feature is easy to implement for mobile approval. • What needs improvement?: NWC forms could be better. The ability to build workflows that are not dependent on SharePoint is very desirable. The forms feature just isn’t as functional as the forms for SharePoint. • For how long have I used the solution?: Three to five years.
Chandrakant Patil
Real User
Associate Solution Architect at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Apr 26 2018

What do you think of Nintex Workflow?

What is our primary use case?: We use it for SharePoint 2013 and 2010, and SharePoint Online (Office 365). • How has it helped my organization?: Able to automate business processes and help reduce a significant amount of development efforts. • What is most valuable?: Workflow (escalation, reminder, LazyApproval, actions, etc.) Ease of use • What needs improvement?: Currently, copying workflow actions from one workflow to another is not possible. Also, the Office 365 solution is not as mature as on-premise. • For how long have I used the solution?: Three to five years.
Luyang Zhang
Real User
Sharepoint Developer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Apr 26 2018

What do you think of Nintex Workflow?

What is our primary use case?: We use it for SharePoint 2013. • How has it helped my organization?: There has been no noticeable improvement. • What is most valuable?: I find it useful to utilize LDAP query action to find out the status of a particular user. • What needs improvement?: User interface could use some improvement. Perhaps integration with Visual Studio or SharePoint Designer would be useful. • For how long have I used the solution?: One to three years.

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At Nintex, our goal is to make work more meaningful by improving business processes. With the Nintex Platform, your organization can manage, automate, and optimize your business processes - all with clicks, not code.

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