NINTEX Consulting Services
Achieve utmost efficiency through process automation

What is NINTEX

Nintex is the global leader in workflow and content automation. The easy to use, point-and-click functionality of their workflow automation software makes it fast and easy to manage, automate, and optimize business processes. It improves the way people work through Process Management and automation.

Nintex Process Management
Process Management

Map and maintain 100s/1000s of business processes, drive accountability and process improvement through Nintex Promapp™

Nintex Process Automation
Process Automation

Utilize digital forms, mobile apps, workflows, DocGen®, e-signatures, and connectors to quickly automate processes across teams and systems.

Nintex Process Optimization
Process Optimization

Leverage Nintex Hawkeye analytics, process intelligence & third-party AI services to monitor, analyse and enhance business processes.

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WHY NINTEX

  • Fastest way to build process apps Fastest way to build process apps
  • No code required No code required
  • No additional software or hardware required No additional software or hardware required
  • Design and deploy quickly Design and deploy quickly
  • Easy management and quick automation of business processes Easy management and quick automation of business processes
  • Highest overall customer satisfaction Highest overall customer satisfaction
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OUR NINTEX CONSULTING SERVICES

At KalSoft we are a Nintex Certified Partner since 2011 and our dedicated Nintex team works with customers to help their organisations be more productive with Office 365 and SharePoint. The Nintex services we provide include:

Nintex Workflows

Nintex Workflows

Nintex Forms

Nintex Forms

Nintex Mobile

Nintex Mobile

Nintex Document Generation

Nintex Document
Generation

Nintex Robotic Process Automation

Nintex Robotic
Process Automation

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Case Studies


Omani Qatari Telecommunications Company SAOG (“Ooredoo”) was founded and registered in the Sultanate of Oman in December 2004. They launched their services in March 2005 as the challenger mobile operator in Oman, operating originally under the name Nawras and, from March 2014, as Ooredoo. Ooredoo was awarded the second fixed license in Oman in 2009, and launched its international gateway in April 2010, its corporate fixed and broadband services in May 2010, and its residential fixed and broadband services in June 2010

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Abdul Latif Jameel United Finance Co. (ALJUF), a closed joint-stock company under license by the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA). The company has a paid-up capital of one billion seven hundred million Saudi Riyals and provides car leasing with a promise to own, consumer finance and capital equipment finance. We are pleased to serve you through our network of more than 270 branches and over 3,000 associates.

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The Ministry of Interior (MoI), introduced by late Sultan Said bin Taimur in 1970, is one of the most important organs of the State. Since its establishment, MoI has played a significant role in various aspects of social modernization and service in the country. The ministry has also continued to play a pivotal role in social development throughout the country.

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National Aluminium Products Company SAOG (NAPCO) was established in 1984 and is one of the leading extruders of Aluminium profiles in the GCC market. Located in the Sultanate of Oman, the manufacturing plant is spread over 65,000 sq meters in the Rusayl Industrial estate.

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Oman Gas Company (OGC) is the Sultanate’s gas transportation company delivering natural gas to the vibrant economic sectors and major consumers comprising of Power and Desalination plants, Aluminium Smelters, downstream metal, Fertilizer & Methanol plants, Refineries, Steel and Cement factories and Oil companies. Since its inception in 2000, OGC has grown in stature and reputation into an integrated enterprise harnessing the power of Oman’s natural gas transportation. The Company employs more than 490 people, of whom 90 % are Omanis.

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OIG was established in 1976 and has developed into the leading integrated facilities management company in Oman. With experience spanning five decades, they provide a one stop shop for all vital facility management services. Their services include cleaning, refuse collection, recycling, waste disposal, catering, landscaping, irrigation, pest control and maintenance services such as MEP and HVAC. They provide services across all sectors and disciplines such as Government, Private, Corporate and private residential.

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SalamAir is owned by the Muscat National Development and Investment Company (ASAAS) which won a government tender in January 2016. Founded in 2014, ASAAS is a partnership between the State General Reserve Fund, Muscat Municipality, and various pension funds. Taking flight for the first time on 30 January 2017, Oman’s first low-cost all economy class carrier SalamAir has established a strong presence in its home market, operating to nine destinations throughout the Middle East on either a year-round or seasonal basis. Their aim is to make flight prices more affordable whilst giving people the choice of flexibility and a great travel experience when travelling to or from Oman.

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The Shanfari Group, one of the most reputed establishments today, had its humble beginnings in Salalah, Oman in 1960.Formed by His Excellency Sheikh Said Bin Ahmed Al Shanfari in 1960, the Shanfari Group has practically mirrored the development of modern Oman, and stands tall today, as one of the country's most dynamic business groups. Ably guided by the visionary leadership of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos, the Group has emerged as one of Oman's largest industrial and services conglomerate and a valuable contributor to the development of the nation's infrastructure.

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Sultan Qaboos University is the realization of the promise announced by His. Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said during the 10th anniversary of Oman’s National Day in 1980. Construction started in 1982 and the first Sultan Qaboos University students were enrolled in 1986. In accordance with the Royal Directives of His Majesty, The University commenced with five colleges; namely Medicine, Engineering, Agriculture, Education and Science. Furthermore the College of Arts was established in 1987, following the College of Commerce and Economics which was developed in 1993. The College of Law joined the University in 2006 and finally the College of Nursing was established in 2008.

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Telecommunications & Regulatory Authority (TRA) is the most efficient and effective organization in Oman, enabling the provision of world-class telecommunications services Sultanate. TRA’s main mission is to set up and implement a fair, flexible, efficient telecommunications regulatory framework that will develop the industry through a market-driven environment, Ensure accessibility of all kinds of services within limits to all, Balance the interests of all stakeholders, and Align with Vision 2020.

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The finest contemporary architecture with a subtle infusion of distinct Middle Eastern influences and design theme, The Wave, Muscat is a dream place to live at. The project master plan incorporates a diverse selection of housing styles, offering homeowners a gorgeous bouquet of addresses to choose from. With over 4,000 new apartments, townhouses and villas spread out over 2.5 million square meters, The Wave, Muscat is allowing for a way of life that flows around elegant street scenes, attractive homes set around courtyards and residential areas linked with green spaces and inland waterways.

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As Oman's second-largest bank (by market value), Bank Dhofar has earned the reputation of a financial institution with a strong commitment to consistency and growth. In addition to the conventional banking products and services the Bank offers several electronic banking services, such as, Internet banking, phone banking, SMS (short message service) banking, cash deposit and payment machines. It also provides Islamic banking services. With assets worth over RO 4.21 billion, Bank Dhofar is one of the fastest growing Banks in the Sultanate of Oman, with a strong presence in Corporate Banking, Consumer Banking, Treasury and Project Finance. The branch network has reached 71 with an extensive ATM network spanning the country.

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As Oman's second-largest bank (by market value), Bank Dhofar has earned the reputation of a financial institution with a strong commitment to consistency and growth. In addition to the conventional banking products and services the bank offers several electronic banking services, such as, Internet banking, Phone Banking, SMS banking, cash deposit and payment machines. With assets worth over RO 4.21 billion, Bank Dhofar is one of the fastest growing Banks in the Sultanate of Oman, with a strong presence in Corporate Banking, Consumer Banking, Treasury and Project Finance. The branch network has reached 71 with an extensive ATM network spanning the country. Bank Dhofar has a reputation of commitment, foresight and solid growth.

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