Edmonton, Alberta — June 2, 2020 — Elantis announced three of its customers are finalists in the 2020 Nintex Solution Innovation Awards: Motion Picture Licensing Corporation, Pacific Blue Cross, and Williams Engineering Canada.
This represents the second consecutive year that Elantis’ clients have been recognized for their innovative use of the Nintex platform. Elantis also had three clients named as finalists in 2019 Nintex Solution Innovation Awards.
The Nintex Solution Innovation Awards recognize commercial enterprises and government agencies from around the world who have standardized on the Nintex Process Platform to manage organizational-wide business processes and to automate mission-critical workflows.
“We are inspired to learn how customers and partners around the world are leveraging the powerful and easy-to-use process management and automation capabilities Nintex offers to achieve – and in many cases exceed – their business objectives,” said Nintex Chief Customer Officer, Josh Waldo
“As a partner that focuses on customer success, we are proud of what our customers have accomplished with the Nintex platform,” said Elantis CEO, Dave Roe. “We continue to look for ways to provide value to our clients through solutions that help them achieve their business objectives.”
In the case of Motion Picture Licensing Corporation, using Nintex DocGen streamlined their quote and invoice process dramatically. This Nintex solution has reduced the time to generate an invoice from 15 minutes each to 2 minutes and has saved the team 10 hours per week per employee. As a result of the Nintex workflow, MPLC has increased customer satisfaction through increased accuracy of quoting and invoices. This has saved MPLC over $50,000.
The use of Nintex enabled Pacific Blue Cross to maintain business continuity during the COVID-19 Pandemic. While the staff had access to work remotely, some processes required hard copies of forms, which cannot be removed from Pacific Blue Cross’ facilities due to security and privacy concerns. By automating the associated processes, Pacific Blue Cross was able to maintain uninterrupted operations despite the COVID-19 pandemic, which is particularly crucial for a health insurance provider.
Williams Engineering Canada had two solutions names finalists in the 2020 Nintex Solutions Innovation Awards. The first was Nintex forms and workflows to automate their safety processes. The use of mobile forms has created a convenient, modern experience that is available on- and offline.
The form saves employees up to 30 minutes per submission, and this form may need to be completed up to 3 times per person per day. The form and workflow have been in place for about six months, and in that time nearly a thousand forms have been submitted. At this pace, Williams Engineering will save an estimated 1,000 hours annually.
Williams Engineering also automated their employee onboarding and offboarding. Williams Engineering now has HR tasks available in a centralized location. The Nintex automation has reduced the average time to onboard employees and freed up time for the HR team, with additional time savings for other resources involved – such as individual managers and IT teams.
WINNERS TO BE ANNOUNCED JUNE 16, 2020
The 2020 award finalists were selected based on nominations submitted by Nintex customers or Nintex partners, on behalf of a customer, for a solution they designed and implemented. Any public or private sector organization that leverages one or more of the capabilities of the Nintex platform, including Nintex Promapp, Nintex Forms and Workflow, Nintex RPA, Nintex Mobile, Nintex Drawloop DocGen, Nintex Sign powered by Adobe Sign and Nintex Analytics, is eligible to enter the annual awards program.
The winners of 2020 Nintex Solution Innovation Awards will be officially announced on Tuesday, June 16, 2020 with one customer receiving top honors as the 2020 Nintex Champion.