A customer excitedly told us that creating workflows with Nintex is easy to start and hard to stop. That’s because everybody at his company wants to automate a process now that they know how much faster and easier their work can flow with Nintex.
This customer even had a name for this just-can’t-stop-with-one-workflow enthusiasm – Nintexing.
His company is among the more than 5,000 public and private organizations in 90 countries that run millions of workflows daily. Those organizations include 200 of the Fortune 500. Our network of partners deliver integrated workflow solutions, from simple to complex, that are perfectly matched to addressing the needs of business users, developers, IT professionals – everyone.
We’re the world’s leading workflow company. Our workflow platform automates processes on and between today's most used enterprise content management systems and collaboration platforms, connecting on-premises, cloud workflows and mobile users. Our platform helps organizations automate their business processes quickly and easily.
“I hear how fast someone can build a workflow and how captivating it is when you see the result,” says Nintex CEO John Burton. “People are exuberant about what this does.”

Type
Private
HQ
Bellevue, US
Founded
2006
Employees
407 (est)+2%
Nintex was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in Bellevue, US

Key People at Nintex

Wayne Woolston

Wayne Woolston

President
Eric Johnson

Eric Johnson

CFO
Brett Campbell

Brett Campbell

co-Founder
John Burton

John Burton

CEO & Board of Directors
Brian Cook

Brian Cook

Executive Chairman & co-Founder

Nintex Locations

Bellevue, US
Melbourne, AU
Minato-ku, JP
Kuala Lumpur, MY
Dubai, AE
London, GB
Irvine, US

Nintex Metrics

Nintex Summary

Founding Date

2006

Total Funding

$135 M

Latest funding size

$135 M

Time since last funding

over 3 years

Investors

Nintex's latest funding round of $135 M was in March 2013. In total, Nintex has raised $135 M.

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