Nintex

Nintex

Cloud-based digital workflow management automation platform

3.8/5 (30 reviews)

Nintex Overview

Nintex is a provider of digital solutions that replace and streamline traditional paper-based methods. With Nintex Workflow, business users up to enterprise level can fully automate workflow and content processes so that all employees and shareholders can connect, collaborate and work more efficiently. Nintex Workflow Cloud then takes those features and hosts the system within the cloud, centralizing access for multiple platforms and removing added deployment cost. Using clicks rather than any complex coding, business users and IT professionals alike can define complex workflows spanning multiple SaaS-based systems using drag and drop tools. The latest Workflow Cloud Designer features an intuitive design canvas, dropping in connectors for a growing selection of popular web services and applications.

In addition, the broader Nintex suite also covers Document Generation and Nintex Forms. The latter connects smart data inputs directly into workflows to make them easier to complete and faster to process. With Nintex Workflow handling the rules-based logic, Nintex Forms are themselves designed to accept content types, metadata, geolocation tagging, barcodes and photo attachments. What's more, each has been created to be viewed responsively across all platforms with alternative layouts optimized for iOS, Android, Windows and Windows Phone mobile apps. Nintex Hawkeye then enhances visibility into a process portfolio with the ability to drill down into filterable data with rich dashboard visualizations.

Pricing

Starting from
US$625,00/month
Pricing options
Free Trial
Subscription
Value for money

Devices

Business size

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Markets

Canada, Europe, Germany, Middle-East and Africa, United States

Supported Languages

English

Nintex Reviews

Overall rating
3.8/5
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Verified Reviewer

Tackle Large Problem With Ease

Used Daily for 2+ years
Reviewed on 2018/11/08
Review Source: Capterra

Nintex has given us chance to be more gainful. This instrument has a ton of in OOB capacity which not just causes us to control the measure of customization and furthermore enhances the time spent for any new element expansion. The item is adaptable and has part of intensity in itself which multifold when gets added to SharePoint out of box capacities. The item has a decent and solid work process demonstrate which is extremely dependable and furthermore gives chance to troubleshoot the issue. The item has been very much acknowledged by all end clients and they like the portable good element the best.

Pros

The extensive variety of work process ability which encourages incredibly to decrease customization in SharePoint. Any day to business capacity will be accessible in Nintex out of box.We have spent a great deal of cash and endeavors in tweaking part of SharePoint application. I wish we could have discovered this item previously with the goal that we could have dodged the customization. Making arrangements for Nintex is extremely vital, when we begun we figured we will improve the situation just 15% of the application yet now we figure we could have expanded that rate. Since client selection for Nintex is superior to any custom arrangements.

Cons

The UI still looks like minimal old and can be significantly moved forward. Thee organization is making a decent attempt however when analyzed against a few companions I see prerequisite of upgrades. In the event that you contrast and some other cloud based item you probably won't care for the look and feel which may be minimal old.

Rating breakdown

Value for Money
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Likelihood to recommend

8.0/10
Verified Reviewer

A good tool to automate your business processes

Used Daily for 1+ year
Reviewed on 2019/06/25
Review Source: Capterra

Nintex is generally a good tool. SharePoint with Nintex features seems even more attractive and satisfactory.

Pros

Nintex is really easier to set up and configure. For end users who are actually not good in programming and who do have any coding experience, Nintex is a great advantage so that they can go to SharePoint Platform and create their own workflows which allows to automate business processes. As an engineering team, we chose Nintex over default SharePoint Workflows, because it gives more functionalities to the basic SharePoint platform and it extends SharePoint with new features which are not currently available in SharePoint. Visualization and overall User Interface are really well designed, which allows for effective user experience.

Cons

However, the tool is not supported effectively, I would say. It has to be given more consideration and care when customers ask for help. This is just a kind advice to Nintex. The second of all, the performance is a bit slow and overall architecture is a bit complicated which it really makes it difficult to learn, implement and configure the tool over SharePoint. Nintex has also a lot of dependencies on SharePoint and this makes it difficult to scale effectively. For new releases, it could better if they notify the administrators, engineers in customer companies to be aware of the current changes, additional new features.

Rating breakdown

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Likelihood to recommend

9.0/10
Josh B.

Scalable Product

Used Daily for Free Trial
Reviewed on 2018/09/03
Review Source: Capterra

Outstanding.

Pros

Nintex neatly fills the gap between SalesForce and emailing a colleague... where a full scale workflow manager is overkill... but unmanaged communication isn't cutting it.

For setup, Nintex eschews coding in favour of graphical workflow setups. Each node on the workflow as modular attributes and options that affect how the system works; as the administrator, it bridges your abstract workflow designs with implementing this product 1:1.

The user experience is wild: if you implement this product properly, users will *never even know* they're using a workflow manager. Nintex's outputs are sent to users by email; users reply to that same email with custom action words like "approved" or "rejected" which pushes tasks or files to the next steps of the system. I have a lot of experience for technophobes and 'computer challenged' people... Nintex's genius is in talking to those end users like a memo from 1992.

Cons

The product is priced according to the number of workflows, not the number of users. It can be difficult to sell this product in small companies where the ROI is skewed by few users/ numerous workflows.

For numerous users/ moderate workflows, this product sells itself.

Rating breakdown

Value for Money
Ease of Use
Customer Support

Likelihood to recommend

10.0/10
Jan D.

Nintex used to be a usefull and stable system for the money

Used Daily for 2+ years
Reviewed on 2018/06/04
Review Source: Capterra

We did integrate a lot of processes into SharePoint. this was easy and very visable.
Due to pricing increase we are forced to leave this nintex system and look for an alternative system.

Pros

- Easy to use
- Good customer support
- Good functionality across the microsoft platform
- good visualization of the flow

Cons

- We started useing the Nintex license for a normal license pricing based on number of users. This year they changed the pricing strategie depending on number of workflows.
- This increased the price by 10X
- This is no longer the correct price for the system, this is no longer a correct pricing.
- it is not possible to print out the flow

Rating breakdown

Value for Money
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Likelihood to recommend

0.0/10
Gary M.

Nintex has the best SharePoint product

Used Daily for 6-12 months
Reviewed on 2017/08/23
Review Source: Capterra

Ability to create nice forms and complex workflows to create entire systems on SharePoint.

Pros

As far as the Workflow and Forms products for SharePoint, it has no equal in the SharePoint world. You can create custom and advanced forms and complex workflows to do nearly any job imaginable. They have a great community and there are many consultants available for anyone to work with Nintex programs. The customization and automation we were able to put in place with Nintex let our entire organization be more efficient .

Cons

It is an IT piece of software and therefore few users will be comfortable with using it. But as an IT professional or SharePoint admin that understands logic and flow, it's the best software available. Also the cost is expensive, especially with the subscription model.

Rating breakdown

Value for Money
Ease of Use
Customer Support

Likelihood to recommend

10.0/10

Nintex Pricing

Starting from
US$625,00/month
Pricing options
Free Trial
Subscription
Value for money

Workflow-based plans: $625 per month (starter pack of 5 workflows, plus 25 forms)

Enterprise-wide plans: $1665 per month (unlimited workflows and forms)

Nintex Features

  • Audit Trail
  • Automatic Notifications
  • Compliance Management
  • Reporting & Statistics
  • Third Party Integration
  • Workflow Management

  • API
  • Activity Dashboard
  • Activity Tracking
  • Auditing
  • Custom Fields
  • Customizable Reporting
  • Data Import/Export
  • Document Storage
  • Inventory Management
  • Inventory Tracking
  • Invoice Management
  • Monitoring
  • Real Time Data
  • Real Time Reporting

Additional information for Nintex

Key features of Nintex

  • Alerts / notifications
  • App Studio support
  • Approval process control
  • Audit trailing
  • Business process analysis
  • Business process automation
  • Compliance management
  • Configurable workflow
  • Customizable dashboard
  • Data connectors
  • Data-driven analytics
  • Document generation
  • Document management
  • Drag and drop designer
  • Electronic workflow
  • Error notifications
  • Event monitoring
  • Forms management
  • Front-end behavior tracking
  • Graphical workflow editor
  • Help desk management
  • Label workflows
  • Mobile process management
  • Project management
  • Resource management
  • Statistical summaries
  • Workflow analytics
  • Workflow histories
  • Workflow management
  • Workflow reminders
  • Workflow tracking

Benefits

  • Nintex Workflow automates business workflows and processes, digitizing the traditionally paper-based handling, while Workflow Cloud hosts the system online to centralize access and simplify setup.
  • Workflow Cloud Designer promises an intuitive browser-based drag and drop environment for constructing potentially complex business workflows without the need for specialist coding knowledge.
  • Connectors can be dragged and dropped into a workflow, handling all the communication, authentication and encryption between an expanding collection of web-based SaaS solutions such as Adobe Sign, Box, Dropbox, Google Drive etc.
  • Designed for business users and IT professionals, Nintex Workflow aims to transform business processes by bringing together people, processes and content in a way that drives traceable collaboration.
  • Integration with modules such as Nintex Forms adds responsive web forms that feed information directly back into a paperless workflow, while Nintex Hawkeye provides visibility onto a process portfolio with data-driven analytics.
  • Nintex FAQs

    Below are some frequently asked questions for Nintex.

    Q. What type of pricing plans does Nintex offer?

    Nintex offers the following pricing plans:

    Starting from: US$625,00/month

    Pricing model: Subscription

    Free Trial: Available

    Workflow-based plans: $625 per month (starter pack of 5 workflows, plus 25 forms)

    Enterprise-wide plans: $1665 per month (unlimited workflows and forms)

    Q. What are the main features of Nintex?

    Nintex offers the following features:

    • Alerts / notifications
    • App Studio support
    • Approval process control
    • Audit trailing
    • Business process analysis
    • Business process automation
    • Compliance management
    • Configurable workflow
    • Customizable dashboard
    • Data connectors
    • Data-driven analytics
    • Document generation
    • Document management
    • Drag and drop designer
    • Electronic workflow
    • Error notifications
    • Event monitoring
    • Forms management
    • Front-end behavior tracking
    • Graphical workflow editor
    • Help desk management
    • Label workflows
    • Mobile process management
    • Project management
    • Resource management
    • Statistical summaries
    • Workflow analytics
    • Workflow histories
    • Workflow management
    • Workflow reminders
    • Workflow tracking

    Q. Who are the typical users of Nintex?

    Nintex has the following typical customers:

    Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business

    Q. What languages does Nintex support?

    Nintex supports the following languages:

    English

    Q. What type of pricing plans does Nintex offer?

    Nintex has the following pricing plans:

    Subscription

    Q. Does Nintex support mobile devices?

    We do not have any information about what devices Nintex supports

    Q. What other apps does Nintex integrate with?

    Nintex integrates with the following applications:

    Adobe Document Cloud, Dropbox, Mailchimp, Marketo, NetSuite, OneSpan Sign, Retently, ServiceNow, Twitter, Zendesk

    Q. What level of support does Nintex offer?

    Nintex offers the following support options:

    Online Support, Phone Support