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Workflow-automation software provider Nintex on Sunday recognized a dozen of its top partners at an event ahead of the 2015 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Orlando.
The fourth annual accolades went to companies that are driving awareness and adoption of the Nintex platform worldwide.
“Every day these award-winning partners are working hard to help companies transform business processes by automating workflows and forms powered by Nintex,” said Nintex CEO John Burton. “We’re proud to recognize a dozen partners this year, and celebrate the value these partnerships bring to Nintex’s ongoing success.”
Business Excellence Award winners are Protiviti (Americas), InfoShare (Asia Pacific) and KCS.net Solutions (EMEA) – all honored for driving strong revenue growth. Gig Werks (Americas), PT Ebiz Cipta Solusi (APAC) and bluesource Information (EMEA) garnered Marketing Impact Awards for delivering revenue-generating marketing campaigns. The Nintex Choice Awards, recognizing strategic and promising partners, went to Neudesic (Americas), KBQuest Hong Kong (APAC) and IOZ (EMEA). Finally, Provoke Solutions (Americas), Myriad (APAC) and PointBeyond (EMEA) took home Solution Innovation Awards for ingenuity, technical sophistication and business impact.
Nintex allows solution providers to partner as consultants, resellers or by referral, delivering the company workflow and forms-based services on premises or in the cloud. Its Premier tier is invite-only based on a mix of historical performance and “forward-looking criteria.” They have managed status and get additional joint marketing resources, as well as additional support. Certified Partners have a formal agreement in place, have at least two people certified and must sell to remain active. Registered Partners are entry-level, with access to a deal registration agent form in addition to basic enablement resources.
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