New Season of Workflow Wonders by Nintex Featuring Digital Transformation Successes



Nintex, the process management and automation platform, announced the next season of Workflow Wonders webinars, which feature IT, operations, and process professionals from leading companies sharing their experiences of mapping, automating, and optimizing business processes.

The Workflow Wonders webinar series was launched in August 2020. It explores the Nintex Process Platform in real-life environments, where the platform’s process management and automation capabilities facilitated digital transformations and increased work efficiency. The series also celebrates the success of Nintex in handling the challenges of COVID-19.

“Nearly half the Fortune 500 already utilize Nintex to manage and automate processes that improve the way people work,” said Nintex Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer Dustin Grosse. “We are delighted to share innovative and inspiring ways leading organizations are solving business challenges, driving greater efficiencies, eliminating paper, and achieving digital transformation goals with the Nintex Process Platform.”

Over 10,000 companies managed the digitization of their business processes with the help of the Nintex Process Platform and its simple but powerful automation capabilities. Digitization has become a vital approach over the last year, with the rise of the pandemic. As remote work and remote customer interaction become standard procedures, customer experiences and worker productivity take over as the driving factors of the market.

The Workflow Wonders series features a wide range of customer organizations from different industries. These include New Belgium Brewing Company, Flight Centre Travel Group, Lands’ End, Meals on Wheels of Central Texas, and more.

Find out more about the Workflow Wonders webinar at, where you can also register for the next event on September 22, 2021, at 10 a.m. Pacific with the City of Garland Fire Department.


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