Peer-to-peer review site, G2, ranks the Nintex Process Platform a leader in Digital Process Automation, No-Code Dev Platforms, Rapid App Development and Business Process Management
BELLEVUE, Wash., Jan. 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Nintex, the global standard for process intelligence and automation, announced today that the company's powerful and easy-to-use process platform has ranked as a leader in multiple 2022 G2 Grid® Reports including Digital Process Automation (DPA), No-Code Development Platforms, Rapid App Development and Business Process Management (BPM).
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"It is an honor to be named a leader in G2's Grid Reports," said Nintex CEO Eric Johnson. "At Nintex, we have an unwavering commitment to offer organizations in every industry software solutions that make it possible to effectively map, automate and optimize their enterprise-wide business processes and workflows."
The G2 Grid processes aggregate information from customer reviews to score software technology offerings by market presence, sentiment and usability to identify the highest rated. Today more than 10,000 leading organizations in both the public and private sectors are accelerating digital transformation with Nintex.
Nintex customers have posted more than 1,000 reviews on G2 about how their organizations are leveraging Nintex Promapp®, Nintex Workflow, Nintex Forms, Nintex RPA, Nintex AssureSign and Nintex DocGen® for competitive advantages—saving time and money as well as providing modern digital experiences for their employees and customers.
Customers consistently rate Nintex capabilities high, citing the ability to:
Quickly turn manual business processes into digital workflows with Nintex automation
Save valuable time with Nintex software solutions
Easily integrate systems with Nintex Xtensions® and connectors
Drive usage and adoption given Nintex's no-code to low-code tools
Nintex has also received consistent recognition from G2 in the mid-market segment for the breadth and depth of its platform offerings.
To learn more about how organizations across every major industry are leveraging Nintex for process management and end-to-end automation, visit https://www.nintex.com/using-nintex/case-studies/.
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Nintex is the global standard for process intelligence and automation. Today more than 10,000 public and private sector organizations across 90 countries turn to the Nintex Process Platform to accelerate progress on their digital transformation journeys by quickly and easily managing, automating and optimizing business processes. Learn more by visiting www.nintex.com and experience how Nintex and its global partner network are shaping the future of Intelligent Process Automation (IPA).
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