Nintex Named to Seattle Business Magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For

BELLEVUE, Wash.—July 2, 2015—Nintex, the global standard in workflow automation, today announced it has been named to Seattle Business Magazine's 26th Annual 100 Best Companies to Work For program. The privately-held technology company is growing rapidly with current career openings,, in marketing, IT, and product development.

Seattle Business Magazine's Annual 100 Best Companies to Work For program is based on extensive employee surveys. Companies make the list because their employees like their jobs, their benefits, and their bosses. Nintex was honored as a company setting the standard for leadership, benefits, work environment, training programs, and more at an awards banquet in Seattle last night.

"Nintex is thrilled to be named as one of Seattle Business Magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work For," said Nintex CEO John Burton. "Cultivating a collaborative culture, and maintaining a healthy and fun work environment, while Nintex grows globally is of top priority to everyone that works here. Our people make Nintex special and are responsible for creating workflow automation technology that drives faster business results for companies around the world."

This year alone Nintex has been honored with the 2015 Microsoft Office and SharePoint Application Development Partner of the Year Award, and DocuSign's DTM Award for Newcomer/Rising Star Partner. While Nintex's Director of Partner Programs Jaana Linsenmayer was named to the 2015 CRN Women of the Channel list and Nintex's Technical Evangelist Patrick Hosch was named a Top 25 Office 365 Influencer. To learn more about these award wins visit Nintex News and Press.