Nintex Workflow for SharePoint
Nintex Workflow for SharePoint enables organizations to build complex workflow processes quickly and easily using a web browser interface. Nintex Workflow empowers users across the organization to automate business processes, review workflow activities and automate common SharePoint administrative tasks.
Draw it, not code it:
Intuitive easy to use, browser based drag and drop workflow designer
Empower all SharePoint users to automate their own processes in minutes
Measure and manage:
See real-time status of workflows
Measure and improve business performance
Design once, use many:
Reusable templates and modules
Share and align business practices across teams
Built on SharePoint for SharePoint:
Simple deployment and management, no client software required
Protect your SharePoint investment
No additional infrastructure costs
Efficiency gains and reduced processing costs
Reduced IT burden
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Average user rating from: 12 user(s)
Workflow in the hands of the Power User
This is one of the important tools that most of the companies should look to invest if they want to take advantage of the Workflows with no code approach.
Last updated: April 12, 2013
will protect you from Microsoft self inflicted issues
Easy to learn and impllement by power users
Last updated: March 28, 2013
Nintex Workflow for SharePoint 2007
I would recommend Nintex, but I wouldn't recommend buying their extended support. Definitely not worth the money.
For fairly simple workflows, it is fantastic.
When there is an issue, support is slow, doesn't follow up and then does now more than saying "put in a pause" or if you have pauses, they say "take out the pauses", but eventually you either stop using that particular thing or figure it out yourself. Don't count on their support at all.
A great workflow tool for end users
This is a great workflow tool to supplement SharePoint. It is easy to use and very powerful in features.
2. Great UI, fully integrated with SharePoint
3. Covers most of the use cases in normal business activities
4. Geat user support
5. Reasonable license price
6. Mulit-lingual support
Nintex Workflow 2010
Nintex is the best scalable integrated solution which speeds up Workflow design.
It is making use of standard workflow engine.
That seems to become better with the SP 2013 app model and the Nintex app.
The easiest to use SharePoint tool... Ever
Nintex is the best workflow tool I have used to date. The icons make it easy to design and build complex workflow tools within hours.
Keep up the good work.
Icons tell you what each stage does
Design workflows in minutes
Make building workflows easier
I have been using Nintex for over two years on my current project and it has greatly increased the speed to deliver simple and complex workflows to implement business process. We use the webservice to publish workflows based on the Nintex nwf files to build repeatable solutions. The support team is quick to respond if you need help and their online site has good documentation and examples.
Lots of activities covering most scenarios
SDK eases workflow provisioning and allows extensibility
Multiple scopes for customizing templates at farm, site, web levels
Graphical displays of workflow progress
Regarding Nintex workflows
Overall I give 4 star as rating and I recommend that IT services consulting companies who want to execute their Notes to SharePoint migrations swiftly, need to buy this suite for faster execution and customer satisfaction.
Its been a wonderfull experience using this workflow suite and I have made complex State Machine workflows in the matter of hours. The learning curve is really less and an average person with limited IQ can start working on this and specialize.
c. So fascinated by Nintex workflows, I have written a 2 part series on integrating InfoPath and Nintex workflows together,
Part 1 covers step-by-step tutorial on Integrating InfoPath forms with Nintex workflows via Nintex OOTB web services.
Check it out: http://www.sharepointfix.com/2009/10/infopath-2007-form-and-nintex-workflows.html
Part 2 covers step-by-step tutorial on Deployment of browser enabled InfoPath forms as Content Types using the SharePoint feature framework.
Check it out: http://www.sharepointfix.com/2009/12/infopath-2007-form-and-nintex-workflows.html
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b. UI is not flexible and has a lot of internal bugs which a user discovers when he starts working with Nintex.
c. Reminder Activity halts for 5-10 mins abruptly when used with Parallel actions.
d. Flexi Action Activity does not have a corresponding webservice to complete it programmatically.
Better than expected
Love the product from a business point of view.
The SDK is great for my developers
Took me no time to install
I think I can reduce costs very quickly
More white papaers on workflow standards would be goos
Truly Kicks ass!!
Our entire company (all departments) runs on it..
Setup is super simple vs complicated k2.
Runs on top of MOSS and setup is complety inside of it