REDMOND, Wash.--(www.nintex.com), a Microsoft Gold Certified partner with successful workflow products spanning several releases of Microsoft SharePoint, today announced that its flagship product, Nintex Workflow 2010, now provides an integration option for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 customers making a move to Microsoft Office 365.)--Nintex (
“Nintex Live extends Nintex Workflow to connect to Office 365 and a world of cloud and Internet services”
Customers running Nintex Workflows in SharePoint 2010 can now use Nintex Live to connect on-premise SharePoint to Office 365 sites. They can use Office 365 to allow external contributors to participate in organizational workflows as well as build hybrid on-premise and cloud solutions that have workflows collect and distribute documents and list content between on-premise and online SharePoint sites.
“Nintex Live extends Nintex Workflow to connect to Office 365 and a world of cloud and Internet services,” said Mike Fitzmaurice, vice president of product technology at Nintex. “Nintex Live catalogs a variety of cloud services and presents them to workflow designers as drag and drop workflow actions. Nintex Live’s support of Office 365 is the result of a set of Nintex Live services created specifically for the Office 365 sites powered by SharePoint Online.”
“Nintex continues to evolve its repertoire of SharePoint solutions, and we’re thrilled to see them build on Azure and support Office 365,” said Jared Spataro, director, SharePoint product marketing at Microsoft Corp.
Nintex is a leading global innovator of software that extends Microsoft SharePoint, bridging the gap between existing SharePoint features and customer needs. All Nintex products are designed with a passionate commitment to innovation and user experience. As a Microsoft Gold Partner, Nintex aligns with Microsoft’s strategic and architectural direction to ensure that Nintex and Microsoft products work in harmony, both today and into the future. For more information visit www.nintex.com
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