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Nintex Hong Kong wins Technology Excellence Award for Enterprise Software – Business Services

To simplify operations and increase efficiency, the Hong Kong Exchange leveraged the Nintex Platform to successfully transform its business processes with automated workflows and digital forms.

The successful technological innovation of companies towards efficiency and productivity are honoured at the Hong Kong Business Technology Excellence Awards (TEA). Not only are these tech-savvy companies crucial to economic growth, they can also serve as role models for other ambitious enterprises and individuals. In the inaugural edition of HKB’s TEA, Nintex Hong Kong was recognised for its project to automate Hong Kong Exchange’s complex, outdated business process.

The Nintex Platform, which includes Nintex Workflow and Forms, simplified and centralised the workflows across the stock exchange’s various departments and offices. Previously, the Hong Kong Exchange was dependent on paper-based files and records, and had no central process repository. Aside from being time-consuming, this manual process increased the likelihood of error and resulted in burdensome operations. This set-up required custom-designed IT tools to perform specific functions. When the Nintex Platform was introduced, the stock exchange was able to digitise and interconnect processes, thereby creating streamlined, efficient operations throughout the organisation. The digital transformation of the Hong Kong Exchange means that its corporate, finance, enterprise risk management, IT, human resources, and real estate departments now operate in a seamlessly connected network.

Nintex Workflow is applicable to physical worksites, cloud-based platforms, and a combination of these. Government agencies (such as Tararua District Council in New Zealand and Port Stephens Council in Australia) and private enterprises (Toyota, Coca-Cola, and many others) have chosen Nintex to supply their digitalisation requirements. Nintex products offer the advantages of speed and flexibility through drag-and-drop design features, low total cost of ownership based on usage-based pricing and scalable plans, and high overall satisfaction with 70% net promoter score.

Nintex was established in 2006 with the mission to “improve the way people work through process management and automation”. Since then, the company has helped more than 8,000 customers in more than 90 countries to achieve their business objectives through the successful management, automation and optimisation of business processes. This technology leader’s strengths are founded on its powerful and easy-to-use Nintex Platform, which complements the excellent customer service and worldwide partner network of the company.

In 2019, Nintex announced its strategic partnership with Adobe to deliver a new product called Nintex Sign™ powered by Adobe Sign, which facilitates electronic signature-based workflows in a safe and efficient manner. More complementary automation upgrades to the Nintex Platform are planned through additional acquisitions, partnerships, and internal product development. The quality of Nintex’s products and services is appreciated by industry experts, earning accolades such as #1 in Strategy for Digital Process Automation (Forrester Research Wave, 2017), Leading Pioneer in Workflow & Content Automation (Aragon Tech Spectrum, 2018), and Leader Quadrant in Digital Transaction Management (Aragon Globe, 2019).

As organisations around the world deal with fast technological changes and security challenges in a volatile economic environment, Nintex offers reliable and scalable support for their digital transformation. Business process excellence will become a central aspect of the overall success of enterprises and industries. Nintex intends to remain a steady force in this evolving environment.

The Technology Excellence Awards 2019, presented by Hong Kong Business, was held on February 27, 2019 at the Conrad Hong Kong.

This year's nominations were judged by a panel consisting of Bong Chan, Southern Region Leader, China TMT Industry, Deloitte China; Jason Yau, Partner, Technology and Management Consulting RSM Hong Kong; Douglas Kwan, Partner, Assurance and Advisory Services, ShineWing (HK) CPA Limited; John Poon, Head of Accounting and Outsourcing Solutions, Mazars Hong Kong; and Jonathan Chu, Partner, Stephenson Harwood.

If you would like to join the 2020 awards and be awarded as one of the technology companies with pioneering and ground-breaking IT products and solutions or companies from across different industries with the most innovative technology initiatives that made an impact on their business, please email Julie Anne Nunez (julie@charltonmediamail.com).   

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