DAC Systems, Nintex unveil the secret to enhanced CX through Nintex Forms
Nintex partner DAC Systems, who this year celebrates 25 years of delivering world-class business solutions and services, is proud to announce its participation in a webinar on the 27th of October 2020 at 10:00AM to show businesses how to collect data effectively and use Nintex Forms to bolster end user experience.
Experts from DAC Systems will join fellow tech professionals from ISS and Nintex in a dynamic virtual session that will offer tips and tricks on form building and extracting maximum benefit from Nintex Forms.
Mohannad Samamah and Mohamed Abdeen from Nintex will illuminate the powerful features of this solution.
DAC Systems and ISS will demonstrate their extensive capability with the Platform and show why this technology has made such a profound difference to the user experience across a diverse customer base.
Kirk Schafer, Human Capital Director at DAC Systems, says the session is a valuable opportunity to hear directly from experts that know the technology and understand how best to apply it for results.
“This is not just a product overview or quick glimpse into the technology… collectively the partners will provide a step-by-step guide to help businesses quickly and easily build forms using Nintex Forms (including how to use repeating sections to simplify the building process), and also implement business rules for a dynamic user experience. We will also show how to validate user inputs to ensure correct and accurate data collection, and brand forms to extend the corporate look and feel for a seamless experience. It will be well worth attending,” said Schafer.
There is also a strong mobile component to the session and attendees will benefit from sound advice on how to customise mobile apps for employees who are ‘on the go’ and rely on mobility to perform daily tasks.
Join a dynamic virtual session for tips and tricks on form building and extracting maximum benefit from Nintex Forms.
For more information and to register, click through to Nintex.