Business Process Management (BPM) and automation solution provider, Nintex, has announced that Nintex Workflow Cloud is available to customers in the Europen Union through a Microsoft Azure data center in Ireland. This platform is the provider’s flagship process automation solution and its availability through an EU data center enables customers throughout Europe to adopt Nintex’s market-leading process automation functionalities while Nintex addresses their data privacy, residency concerns, and requirements. The solution’s availability joins Nintex Office 365, which is already hosted and being used by enterprises in the EU.
In a press statement, Nintex Vice President for Sales for Europe, Middle East, and Africa, Florian Haarhaus stated, “organizations in every industry are embracing the Nintex Process Platform to drive rapid digital transformation. With the new EU data center for Nintex Workflow Cloud, we provide European customers with another onramp to the cloud with full support for their data residency requirements.
Over 8,000 businesses around the world leverage the Nintex Process Platform to easily map, manage, automate, and optimize enterprise-wide business processes with clicks, not code. Organizations are quickly adopting Nintex cloud solutions for their automation capabilities, in addition to their rapid, provisioning, low capital expenditure, and scalability of cloud solutions.
Henning Eiben, a Nintex virtual technical evangelist with busitec in Munster, Germany, also added, “many companies have approached us about moving to the cloud but have had concerns about privacy, regulatory compliance, and approval from their Workers’ Councils and data protection commissioners. They have to be really careful about how customer data flows through their systems. A Nintex Workflow Cloud data center in the EU offers companies increased security in moving to the cloud. It opens up new possibilities. Companies are using more and more services, scattered across multiple clouds. The power of Nintex Workflow Cloud is that it lets you stitch those services and systems together. We use Nintex Workflow Cloud that way ourselves and recommend that approach to our customers.”
A new feature, Nintex Workflow Generator, uses natural language processing to create sophisticated workflows, thereby bridging the gap between process knowledge and automation expertise. Process experts can utilize cloud-based Nintex Promapp to document a process, then click “Request Automation” to create a draft workflow in Nintex Workflow Cloud and notify the IT department.
To read Nintex’s full press release, click here.
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