CONCO saves $800,000 annually with Nintex.
Increasing credibility with existing clients and attracting new ones, all thanks to workflow
Designing and installing high-voltage power lines and substations in rural areas means the danger of electrocution is always present. As such, keeping employees up-to-date on their certifications could be a matter of life or death.
In addition to the physical dangers, working in remote areas in Africa challenges CONCO, a subsidiary of Consolidated Infrastructure Group Limited (CIGL), because employees install the very thing they need to do business—electricity.
When chief information officer Bryan Kimmel first joined CONCO, connectivity and the dangers of electrocution weren’t his only concerns. At the time, the company used file servers and folders to track more than 300 tenders a year. In addition, securing new projects meant providing proof of the required certifications for any employees slated to do work.
While Kimmel considered other workflow options, three things made him choose Nintex: ease of use, visual interface, and its high value. Plus, with employees working in areas with limited connectivity, Kimmel appreciated features of Nintex Mobile.