Catapult Systems and Nintex Announce Partnership to Deliver Workflow Solutions Aimed at Increased Productivity and Collaboration
AUSTIN, Texas – February 29, 2016 – Catapult Systems, a leading IT consulting firm, today announced that it has partnered with Nintex, the world’s leading workflow and process automation platform. Catapult Systems, now a Nintex solution provider, will deliver automation of workflows within enterprise environments to help automate everyday business processes, from the simple to the complex.
Catapult Systems will implement and support Nintex workflow and forms that quickly and easily streamline business processes. Clients can choose to automate line-of-business processes stand-alone, or they can employ Nintex solutions with existing IT investments, including Microsoft SharePoint and Office 365.
“Nintex is pleased to partner with Catapult Systems and is committed to helping partners reinvent productivity and business processes,” said Nintex’s VP of Partner Strategy & Programs, Josh Waldo. “As a Nintex Premier Solutions Partner, Catapult Systems works with companies that want to rapidly improve their operations from the back to the front-office, across mobile devices and operating platforms, with automated ways to get business done.”
Leveraging Microsoft SharePoint, Fuse is a fully managed, cloud-hosted employee collaboration portal. This user-friendly platform has been proven to dramatically increase employee engagement quickly and easily. The solution provides customers with best-in-class options having implemented thousands of Microsoft SharePoint solutions for customers.
“Catapult Systems is excited to announce that Nintex workflows will now be fully integrated with Fuse,” said David Fuess, CEO, Catapult Systems. “Not only does Fuse help to drive collaboration among employees, the added benefits of Nintex workflow will drastically improve productivity, pushing the needle for our clients. We look forward to seeing what this pairing will bring, and we look forward to working with global technology leader, Nintex.”