March News Recap

Just like that we're already in the grips of Spring! As we say goodbye to the month that brought endless debate surrounding the perfect pancake topping and a potentially hazy St. Patrick's Day celebration, let's reflect on the successes this month has brought our dear friends and partners.

Nintex:

Synergi work with Nintex-powered solutions to improve process management and automation within organisations.

  1. Nintex acquired EnableSoft, the creators of Foxtrot Robotic Process Automation. This acquisition further expands the Nintex platform, providing further process management and automation tools. Read more.

  2. In the latest Forrester Wave™ report Nintex were recognised as a leader in digital process automation for wide deployments. Read more.

  3. Hong Kong Business Magazine presented Nintex with the Technology Excellence Awards in the Enterprise Software-Business Services category. Read more.

  4. Nintex were named in KM World Magazine's list of 100 Companies that matter in knowledge management in 2019. Read more.

  5. Deloitte Technology recognised the impressive growth of Nintex Promapp™ in their Fast 500 list. Read more.

  6. Nintex successfully hosted the Munich and London dates of their WorldTour2019, at the latter Synergi CTO and Nintex vTE, Justin Short, was thrilled to lead a technical breakout session. Read more.

Microsoft:

Synergi are a Microsoft Gold Partner in Cloud Productivity. We use Microsoft technologies to help organisations better communicate and collaborate, improve security and gain insight.

  1. Microsoft released a recap of their recent London Ignite event. Read more.

  2. Microsoft shared new research that suggests that the fastest-growing companies in the UK are planning to use more artificial intelligence in the next year to help them maintain a competitive advantage. Read more.

  3. Microsoft Teams celebrated its second birthday by announcing a number of new features to help improve productivity. Read more.

  4. Microsoft announced that, alongside some of their partners, they would be running free courses in the UK. The courses are focused on teaching women digital skills to assist them in attaining a job in the technology sector. Read more.

  5. Microsoft Dynamics 365 shared their 2019 Finance Trends Report. The report suggested that by 2021, annual cybercrime damage is expected to reach $6 trillion, up from $3 trillion in 2015. Read more.

  6. Microsoft Azure announced their new features and features in preview. Read more.


Synergi:

Synergi is an award-winning and highly experienced Microsoft Partner, specialising in cloud
technologies including Office 365, SharePoint, Nintex, Azure and Dynamics 365.  Through our
focus and innovation, we work closely with customers across the UK to develop and deliver their
digital transformation strategy; empowering employees through communication and collaboration,
driving greater efficiency and productivity through workflow and process automation, and gaining
insight through business intelligence and real time analytics.