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Nintex takes training virtual with subscription model

07 Sep 2020

Process management and automation solution vendor Nintex has made its online training courses, live virtual classes and certifications available in a new self-serve format.

Nintex community members may enrol in a wide range of practitioner to expert-level process management and automation training courses, including participation in live virtual classes and access to all certifications, for a subscription fee of US$40 per month per person, renewable annually.

“Finding ways to eliminate paper and to automate a process is often the answer which is why we’re committed to ensuring our Nintex Community members have access to resources that will immediately enhance their process management and automation skills and deepen their knowledge of what’s possible to do with our Nintex platform,” says Nintex customer success programmes vice president Alistair Cloke.

Programmes offered via an a la carte menu allow organisations to sign up as needed, and include:

Nintex Training

From mid-March to 31 August 2020, Nintex waived registration fees for its on-demand and virtual instructor-led training courses via Nintex University, to allow Nintex Community members to advance their business process management, workflow automation, document automation and robotic process automation skillset. 

Organisations with an existing Nintex Enterprise Edition subscription license will receive an allocation of training subscription seats based on their product license tier and may purchase additional seats as needed.

Additionally, any Nintex customer or partner who enrolled in Nintex University courses and certifications before 31 August of this year is eligible for an honorary subscription. 

This plan allows every member to continue accessing training and certifications for Nintex Promapp, Nintex Workflow and Forms for Office 365, Nintex Workflow and Forms for SharePoint, Nintex Workflow Cloud, Nintex RPA, and Nintex Drawloop DocGen at no cost until 30 June 2021, beyond what they receive as part of their contractual entitlements.

Private Training 

A range of tailored options which includes onboarding training programmes for new customers, customised training for existing customers who want to upskill a group of employees quickly, and specialised training for specific automation or process mapping solutions.

Free Self-Paced Training

Practitioner-level on-demand courses are available via the Nintex University and designed for those who are new to the Nintex Process Platform.

Nintex Coaching for Automation Solutions and Migration 

Nintex subject matter experts – or coaches - assist customers through remote video calls to brainstorm the best possible ways to solve the business challenges confronting their organisations, with Nintex. 

Coaching sessions address specific issues such as automating a manual or inefficient business process with capabilities such as Workflow, Forms, Doc Gen, and/or RPA. 

Additionally, coaches will provide guidance to customers around migrating their workflows from SharePoint designer or older versions of Nintex to newer versions of Nintex on-premises or in the cloud. 

“The response to Nintex’s customer success programme has been incredibly positive this year. In less than six months, we had more than 50,000 on-demand and live training courses and more than 9,000 enrolments in our virtual-instructor led trainings,” says Cloke.

Nintex Community members report higher productivity and greater efficiency in managing, automating, and optimising business processes across departments as well as industry-specific solutions.

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