Nintex Named One of Top 50 Best Places to Work in Australia
MELBOURNE, Australia, Aug. 28, 2019 / Nintex, the global standard for process management and automation, has announced that it has been honoured as one of Australia's Best Places to Work in 2019 based on its collaborative culture and the strength of its workforce.
Companies nominated for the Best Places to Work benchmarking study go through an application process and are selected and ranked on the basis of employees' responses to a Trust Index© Employee Engagement Survey (two-thirds of the score), which measures employee perceptions of their workplace. The Culture Audit©, completed by management and evaluated by the Great Place to Work® Australia research team, accounts for one-third of the total score.
Christian Lucarelli, Vice President of APAC Sales at Nintex said, "We are thrilled to receive this prestigious ranking and the recognition of our company's set of values which aim to offer our diverse and passionate workforce with a collaborative, innovative environment that is focused on the success of our customers and partners, while enabling them with the opportunity to acquire and develop new skills. We focus on success through team efforts."
Nintex was established in Melbourne in 2006 and now has more than 130 employees in Australia. The company has strategic partnerships with Microsoft, Adobe and Salesforce. Its more than 8,000 customers in more than 90 countries include both enterprises and public sector organisations who need to optimise their business processes to accelerate digital transformation.
"It is companies such as Nintex which will not only retain but also attract the most committed and engaged team members during this tight labour market period," said Zrinka Lovrencic, MD of Great Place to Work Australia. "Being named one of the Best Places to Work provides organisations with a fantastic opportunity to actively promote their hard work and success and further increase their exposure."
Earlier this year, Nintex released a research study on Generation Z employees in Australia that identified their expectations for the workplace. The study titled "The Gen Z Effect in Australia: Understanding your Newest Employees" showed that Australia's Gen Zers are ready to engage and grow in a company provided they have direct supervisors who invest in their career development and commit to in-person meetings. The research also found that work flexibility is more important than salary for this generation, and they want to be part of an organisation that has automated processes and strong technology in place, or they will not stay for long.
Nintex is the global standard for process management and automation. Today more than 8,000 public and private sector clients across 90 countries turn to the Nintex Platform to accelerate progress on their digital transformation journeys by quickly and easily managing, automating and optimising business processes. Learn more by visiting www.nintex.com and experience how Nintex and its global partner network are shaping the future of Intelligent Process Automation (IPA).