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Nintex adds enterprise-grade RPA capabilities

21 Jan 2020

Nintex RPA Central a set of enterprise-grade robotic process automation (RPA) capabilities is now available.

Nintex RPA Central features a web-based interface and includes enterprise-grade encryption and role-based access controls. 

The new enterprise-class RPA offering from Nintex provides end-users with a centralised location to orchestrate, administer and secure RPA bots. 

RPA Central delivers advanced role-based security and control features, giving users access to Nintex RPA while ensuring that IT and operations professionals have full control.

“Nintex RPA Central provides a one-stop location for securely administering your RPA bots, task assignments and users,” says Nintex chief product officer Neal Gottsacker. 

“Nintex’s process platform and RPA capabilities make it fast, easy, and cost-effective for every organisation to successfully manage, automate, and optimise enterprise-wide business processes.”

Benefits to administrators include:

  • Quickly and easily manage bots, tasks, licenses, and users
  • Efficiently publish and unpublish botflows
  • Authority to review, approve or deny bots from joining Nintex RPA Central
  • Protected, encrypted communication between Nintex RPA Central and RPA bots
  • High security requirement with Active Directory Authentication
  • Botflows are fully encrypted and protected in an on-premise SQL database

Nintex RPA is a capability of the Nintex Process Platform – a complete process management and automation solution that helps turn manual, time-consuming processes into automated ones. 

Nintex customers and partners that use the Nintex Platform gain immediate competitive advantages by delivering process apps in hours or days to expedite digital transformation and improve the customer experience.

“Our clients rely heavily on Nintex RPA because of its power and how quick it is to automate repetitive enterprise processes,” says Orange Grove Partners senior digital transformation engineer Kyle Seitz. 

“With the new administration and security features in Nintex RPA Central, we’re excited to tackle even bigger projects.”

The new Nintex RPA for SAP Connector for on-premises SAP implementations is also available. 

This connector allows organisations using SAP solutions to access on-premises SAP implementations through their user interfaces, mimicking human keystrokes and mouse clicks to enable enterprise-grade automation without the use of application programming interfaces (APIs).

Last week saw Nintex being named a Leader by Aragon Research in their 2020 Tech Spectrum for Workflow and Content Automation based on an evaluation of 12 providers and releasing a new gallery of process templates to help organisations automate a range of business processes using the process mapping and management, robotic process automation, and workflow automation capabilities of Nintex Process Platform.

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