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Brennan IT and Nintex collaborate on SharePoint

09 Apr 15

Australian cloud, managed services and software solutions provider Brennan IT and workflow solutions provider, Nintex have announced a partnership to bring enhanced workflow, online forms and mobile capability to its customers. The partnership will bolster Brennan IT’s already robust SharePoint services offerings by providing access to Nintex’s full suite of workflow solutions.

Brennan IT managing director Dave Stevens, says the agreement will provide an important opportunity for their clients to utilise the Nintex Workflow Platform to quickly and easily build online forms and workflows without software coding.

Where SharePoint workflows were created by IT developers, Nintex allows workflows to be created using a drag and drop interface so that almost anyone can create and manage workflows.

“We know businesses across all industries have seen significant productivity gains through the adoption of SharePoint and Microsoft Office 365,” says Stevens. “For many years, Brennan IT has helped customers collaborate and improve productivity with SharePoint, but the partnership with Nintex will take that to another level.

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