DAC Systems & Nintex offer workflow on the go!
IT solutions and services provider DAC Systems, in conjunction with its industry partner Nintex, has introduced the mobile Nintex Workflow platform –enabling workers to develop, complete and submit forms using their mobile phones, and create and manage custom-branded apps.
The mobile workforce is a prized commodity in any enterprise. While most businesses accept that employees connect anytime, at any point and from any location equates to productivity, the situation still requires the right toolset.
As leaders in the field of advanced workflow solution integration Dac and Nintex is offering training to customers to better understand the Nintex Forms and Nintex Mobile offerings.
These offerings will provide users with the ability to create custom-branded apps without writing code, easily deploy those apps through email or mobile device management solutions, as well as design and publish key mobile line-of business processes in a few quick clicks. The offering supports a range of forms controls, and platforms, including:
- Windows 8 for x86 platforms (32 and 64 bit) or ARM (i.e. Microsoft Surface)
- Apple iOS 7 or greater for iPhone, iPad or iPod
- Windows Phone 8.0 or greater
- Android 4.0 or greater
“This is a comprehensive training offering and will help clients design forms quickly and easily, generate forms for browsers, including tablets and mobile, and publish to the cloud in one click,” says Chris Willemse, CEO of DAC Systems.
As a result of the collaboration, customers will also have the opportunity to upgrade to Nintex Mobile Enterprise and build comprehensive mobile business applications.
The partnership means a higher level of user interaction marked by the ability to view and respond to tasks, barcode scanning, multiple attachments and validation rules.
It integrates the full functionality of Nintex Workflow Platform with mobile application to empower users with realtime access to mobile forms management.
The next Nintex training will be running from 12 to 15 September 2016 in Centurion. If you are interested in attending, please contact Carol-Anne at CarolAnneR@dac.co.za.