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Chris Ellis

Chris Ellis

About the Author

Chris Ellis, technical director at Nintex, gained invaluable experience in SharePoint, Office 365 and the Nintex Platform as a pre-sales solution specialist within the partner network. Hailing from Aberdeen in Scotland, his work with the Nintex Platform exposed him to the full lifecycle from analysis and requirement gathering to delivery, support and training, contributing across a spectrum of projects in various industries and in some interesting places. His past experience positions him perfectly for his current role where he focuses on enablement, awareness and evangelism in its many guises across the full Nintex offering.

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