InfoPath is nearing the end of its lifecycle and Microsoft has provided a timeframe for ending support. If you’re currently using InfoPath as your forms solution, there has never been a better time to take a look at the effectiveness of your forms strategy.

In this three-part webinar series, we explore common forms scenarios and show how you can address those challenges and more with Nintex. 

Is your forms strategy ready for the end of InfoPath?

Forms as Solution UI: The Right Mix of Forms, Process, and Connectors

Presented by Mike Fitzmaurice

Do you have workflow and process logic built into your InfoPath forms? Are you worried they’re about to become an unsupportable mess, especially in a post-InfoPath era? Don’t fret; many are in the same boat.

This webinar will show you how to build workflow solutions that address your forms and process problems from the workflow solutions. You’ll see why it’s important to separate presentation logic from process logic and how Nintex Forms and Nintex Workflow help you do it. 

Building SharePoint Forms: Delivering Great User Experiences 

Presented by Brad Orluk

This webinar we’ll roll up our sleeves and build useable, flexible business forms in a matter of seconds…directly from SharePoint, all within your browser.

 We’ll show you how Nintex Forms supports managed metadata, list lookups, external lists, and the ability to edit the list while you edit the form. See how your forms can conform to corporate design standards while taking full advantage of SharePoint’s functionality. We’ll also take a look at some real world examples.

Mobile Workflow Solutions: Be Where Your Users Are

Presented by Mike Fitzmaurice

Solution success in the hands of your users, and a great way to ensure success is to let them participate in processes the way they want, in the places they want, in the format they want. 

In this demonstration-heavy webinar we'll show you a process that lets any user - including you - initiate processes via forms and respond to assigned tasks via web browsers, mobile devices, the public internet, instant messaging, email and even social media.