Posts Tagged ‘Nintex’

Hybridization of Your Business: On-Prem to O365

Moving your business from an on-premises SharePoint environment to the cloud-based Office 365 (O365) environment can be a complex, costly, and time-consuming process.  That’s why a lot of companies take a piecemeal approach.  Some of the business will stay on-premises, as they move a piece at a time to the cloud. This is a safe […]

Drawloop Acquired, Strengthens Salesforce O365 Integration

Salesforce users are continuously looking for the next opportunity to extend the value of their cloud-based platform into new areas of the business or solve unique challenges. That’s the beauty of the platform and having a vibrant developer ecosystem building business apps. Bringing together workflow automation and document generation capabilities to streamline processes is often a difficult and expensive […]

Nintex acquisition means tighter Salesforce integration with O365

With the acquisition of Drawloop, we should expect to see additional capabilities added to Salesforce and Office 365 / SharePoint. In terms of Office 365 and SharePoint, Nintex is planning to add document generation (docGen) to the platform. And with SalesForce, we should see tighter coupling to the O365 space, and workflow and form automation […]

Guest Post: Extend Business Processes to the Cloud with Nintex

Note: Today’s blog post comes from Vadim Tabakman, Technical Evangelist for Nintex with over 8 years of experience in SharePoint and Nintex technologies. He understands how SharePoint, business process automation and forms can join forces successfully in numerous industries and business scenarios to drive business adoption and succeed in SharePoint projects. Vadim brings an excellent […]

Nintex 2013: Sequential Approval Workflow

I had a recent request from a client to create a workflow that would only create approval task in the order that the approvers were listed. This allows the approval tasks to be created one at a time rather than all at once, and if a single approver breaks the chain, we can either break […]

Using Nintex Workflow to Reduce Time & Effort (Matt Morse video)

Matt Morse, director of Perficient’s Customer Experience team,  shares how the Perficient team used Nintex’s Workflow 2010 to reduce the amount of time needed to create a workflow to manage a publishing process for a Healthcare client in this short video.  Leveraging Nintex’s Workflow 2010 allowed the Perficient team to quickly create workflows for the […]

Nintex Workflow and SharePoint 2010: Start a Workflow on Each Item in a List

Situation Wouldn’t it be nice to start a specific SharePoint list workflow on each item in a list? Unfortunately, there’s no simple way to do this out of the box in SharePoint or Nintex, even though it’s just a few lines of code. You could always grab all of the list items and then loop […]

How to Create an Outlook Appointment using Nintex Workflow 2010

Nintex Workflows 2010 is a great alternative to manually create workflows using Visual Studio or SharePoint Designer.Business users now have the ability to create some pretty intricate workflows directly from the browser. The installation for Nintex Workflows 2010 is very simple, consisting mainly of deploying a solution file and activated a few features. There was […]

Install Nintex Workflow 2010 Feature to All Webs in a Site Collection

OOTB, Nintex Workflow 2010 requires activation of the site collection feature after installation of the product, and then activation of site features on each and every site within the applicable site collection. This is done such that the Nintex Workflow Designer is available on each of these sites. For small site collections this is fine, […]