June 14th, 2019
EDMONTON, AB June 14th — Elantis announced it is a finalist in two categories of the 2019 Nintex Partner Awards. This is the third consecutive year Elantis has been a finalist in the Nintex Partner Awards. This news closely follows the announcement that three Elantis’ customers were nominated for the 2019 Solution Innovation Awards.
The Nintex Partner Awards recognize the valuable contributions of channel partners helping organizations transform their business with Nintex.
“Nintex Partners, like Elantis, have an important role in helping our customer around the globe achiever their digital transformation and process excellence goals,” said Nintex Chief Executive Officer, Eric Johnson. “We look forward to recognizing our top partners for their success helping clients automate, manage and optimize their business processes by developing customer services and solutions using Nintex.”
Elantis was recognized as a finalist in two categories, Business Transformation and Customer Success. These categories reflect Elantis’ focus on providing services – not simply licensing – to solve clients’ business problems.
“Elantis works hard to bring value to our clients,” says Elantis Chief Executive Officer, Dave Roe. “Nintex provides us the tools to increase our customers’ efficiency, reduce their costs, and improve their end user experience. We are proud of the success we’ve achieved together.”
Winners of the 2019 Nintex Partner Awards will be announced by Nintex on July 14 during the Microsoft Inspire partner conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Edmonton, Alberta — Dec 3, 2019 — Elantis Solutions Inc. announced that it is the only company in the world with two Nintex virtual Technical Evangelists (vTEs) on staff. There are only three vTEs in Canada – and less than sixty in the world – making this a unique competitive advantage for Elantis.
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