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Nintex and DocuSign Partner to Integrate Digital Transaction Management with Workflow Automation

Nintex and DocuSign, Inc. (DocuSign®) today announced the integration of DocuSign’s Digital Transaction Management (DTM) platform with Nintex’s workflow automation platform. The partnership helps customers seamlessly incorporate DocuSign DTM features like eSignature into their Nintex workflows to eliminate paper-based document signing and go fully digital in their businesses.

“Digital Transaction Management is transforming the way organizations do business by eliminating the need to print, fax, scan or mail any document that requires a signature,” said Michael Schultz, vice president of strategic alliances for DocuSign. “By going fully digital, Nintex customers can accelerate transactions and contract signings—saving time, money and creating a better overall experience for all parties.”

The integration of the Nintex workflow automation and DocuSign DTM platforms allows organizations to:

  • Execute secure, legally-binding and enforceable documents
  • Eliminate inefficiencies and break-downs in business processes requiring signatures
  • Formalize and streamline all activities required before and after signatures are secured
  • Improve governance, compliance and security of business processes requiring signatures

“As our customers push for the greatest possible efficiencies in their organizations, we are committed to equipping them with the tools to transform their business operations,” said Ryan Duguid, vice president of product for Nintex. “Manual signatures delay business processes, inhibit productivity and increase administrative costs. With DocuSign, our customers and partners can address these challenges head on and complete their digital transformations.”

Nintex and DocuSign will showcase their joint solution at this week’s Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) in Washington, D.C., with the released integration available in early September for all Nintex customers and partners.

DocuSign, The Global Standard for Digital Transaction Management™, automates manual, paper-based processes with the only open, independent, standards-based DTM platform for managing all aspects of documented business transactions. DocuSign helps companies Keep Business Digital™ with industry-leading identity management, authentication, eSignature, forms/data collection, collaboration, workflow automation, payment collection, and cloud storage. DocuSign accelerates transactions for dramatic ROI, improved security and compliance, and better customer experiences with the easiest, fastest, most secure global network for sending, signing, tracking, and storing documents in the cloud. DocuSign helps organizations of every size, industry and geography securely collect information and payments, automate workflows, and transact anything, anytime, anywhere, on any device.

Nintex’s suite of software and cloud services is shaping the workflow arena by enabling organizations to quickly and easily automate everyday business processes. Its workflow automation platform, which includes Nintex Workflow and Nintex Forms for SharePoint and Office 365, streamlines processes on and between today's most-used enterprise content management systems and collaboration platforms, connecting on premises, cloud workflows and mobile users. Both powerful and easy to use, Nintex is used by more than 5,000 public and private organizations in 90 countries around the globe, including 200 of the Fortune 500.

In addition, Nintex’s network of more than 1,000 resale and service partners delivers integrated workflow solutions that address the needs of business users, developers and IT professionals. From simple workflows to complex processes that interconnect multiple systems, millions of Nintex workflows are run each day, increasing efficiency and producing replicable, compounded results and rapid return on investment across organizations.

In a related announcement, Nintex released additional details regarding its participation at WPC, including a panel presentation on Tuesday, July 15, by Senior Vice President of Global Sales Christian Smith. For more information visit the Nintex WPC event page.

About Nintex

Nintex is the world-leading workflow software company, used by thousands of public and private organizations in 90 countries and serviced by a global network of more than 1,000 high-quality partners and service providers. Nintex delivers innovative software, mobile and cloud services that empower businesses to automate processes quickly and easily. For more information, please visit us online at or follow Nintex on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

About DocuSign

DocuSign® is The Global Standard for Digital Transaction Management™. Global enterprises, business departments, individual professionals and consumers have standardized on DocuSign, with more than 40,000 new users joining the DocuSign Global Network every day. Today, that network includes millions of users in 188 countries. DocuSign's DTM platform supports legally compliant electronic and digital signature processes tailored to meet requirements globally with localization in 43 languages. Companies and individuals DocuSign to accelerate transaction times to increase speed to results, reduce costs, increase security and compliance, and delight customers across nearly every industry—from financial services, insurance, technology, healthcare, manufacturing, communications, real estate, retail and consumer goods to higher education, non-profit and others—as well as every business department, including sales, finance, operations, procurement, HR/staffing, legal and customer support. For more information, visit or call 877-720-2040. Visit the DocuSign blog at and follow DocuSign on TwitterLinkedIn and Facebook.

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