• May 29, 2024
Nintex Attains FedRAMP Authorization to Sell Cloud-Based Automation Services to Federal Agencies

Intelligent automation technology provider Nintex said it recently achieved FedRAMP authorization. For companies that want to sell cloud-based services to the U.S. government, FedRAMP authorization is a must. The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program is a standards-setting program established in 2012 to ensure vendors selling cloud products and services into the federal government adhered to a compliance program limiting its cyber risk.

According to Nintex, the company now meets those standards and can pursue opportunities to sell its automation and process intelligence solutions to federal agencies. The Newport Beach, Calif.-based company said its Automation Cloud for Government solution is purpose-built to automate the many manual, paper-based, internal and citizen-facing processes that exist in virtually every corner of the federal bureaucracy. (e.g., FOIA requests, employee and contractor onboarding, risk and regulatory compliance, case management, claims processing, etc.)

Nintex said it worked with Compliance-as-a-Service provider Project Hosts on its FedRAMP authorization.