BELLEVUE, July 6, 2016 — Nintex, the leader in workflow automation, today announced the upcoming release of Nintex Hawkeye, a new cloud-based workflow analytics service. For the thousands of global companies that have collectively deployed more than a million Nintex workflows, they can now capture, monitor, measure, and assess workflow analytics that provide actionable intelligence to understand and improve their business processes.
Nintex Hawkeye automatically captures people and process data and then generates reports and dashboards with analytics to help business and IT decision makers understand important, yet often unanswerable, questions like: which processes are automated, what functions do they perform, when and how often do processes run, who’s involved in the process, what content is accessed, how effective are the processes and how might the processes be improved?
“Nintex Hawkeye is an explicit effort to improve workflow analytics the same way we helped our customers and partners easily automate their business processes,” said Nintex CEO John Burton. “We’ve made it extremely easy to instrument, measure and monitor business processes and in doing so we’re helping our customers digitally transform how work gets done.”
Nintex Hawkeye uses leading business intelligence tools such as Microsoft Power BI or Tableau to generate the visualization of workflow analytics in the form of dashboards by simply connecting to industry standard OData APIs. Nintex Hawkeye capabilities and benefits include:
- Visibility of key metrics such as workflow user participation or the number of automated business processes by department in an aggregated view of the process portfolio;
- Intelligence on data, content and other systems with which Nintex workflows interact plus the ability to drill down and filter by types of processes, users, and roles to derive valuable process intelligence; and the
- Ability to proactively monitor and manage Nintex workflows, identify opportunities for additional automation, and target workflows that need improvement to quickly optimize organizational effectiveness.
“Nintex Hawkeye provides a type of application portfolio intelligence to enterprises by extracting data from Nintex workflows as they execute,” said 451 Research’s Carl Lehmann, Research Manager of Enterprise Architecture, Integration & Business Process Management. “This is important knowledge for all business and IT leaders as it will help them identify which automated processes are working well, and which ones need to be improved.”
Nintex Hawkeye is available as a subscription. For a demo of Nintex Hawkeye and to learn more visit, www.nintex.com/hawkeye.