Nintex DocGen for Salesforce vs. XaitPorter

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Nintex DocGen for Salesforce
Score 7.8 out of 10
N/A
Nintex DocGen for Salesforce (formerly Drawloop) helps users generate, download and send company-approved documents to customers to ensure documents are on brand and accurate.
$2,400
per year for 10 users
XaitPorter
Score 9.0 out of 10
N/A
XaitPorter is a co-authoring software solution for teams to collaboratively create, manage and produce documents. With it, users can streamline and optimize document production to maximize revenue from bids and proposals and other business-critical documents. XaitPorter is designed to enable co-authors to focus on creating bid-winning content so that teams can become more efficient while production time and costs are reduced.N/A
Pricing
Nintex DocGen for SalesforceXaitPorter
Editions & Modules
User-based Premium
starting at $2400
per year 10 users ($20 per user, per month)
Consumption based pricing
Custom
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
Nintex DocGen for SalesforceXaitPorter
Free Trial
YesNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
YesYes
Entry-level Setup FeeOptionalNo setup fee
Additional Details
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User Ratings
Nintex DocGen for SalesforceXaitPorter
Likelihood to Recommend
9.0
(3 ratings)
9.3
(12 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
-
(0 ratings)
10.0
(3 ratings)
Usability
-
(0 ratings)
9.5
(2 ratings)
Availability
-
(0 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
Performance
-
(0 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
Support Rating
-
(0 ratings)
10.0
(3 ratings)
In-Person Training
-
(0 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
Online Training
-
(0 ratings)
9.9
(2 ratings)
Implementation Rating
-
(0 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
Configurability
-
(0 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
Ease of integration
-
(0 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
Product Scalability
-
(0 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
Vendor post-sale
-
(0 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
Vendor pre-sale
-
(0 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
User Testimonials
Nintex DocGen for SalesforceXaitPorter
Likelihood to Recommend
Nintex
It is best suited for scenarios that apply to generating documents based on information gathered in your Salesforce. By using the field inserter and uploading a template for generation, you are able to take that Salesforce information and create a digestible document for your intended audience. You are able to generate multiple documents by creating different templates for use.
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Xait
XaitPorter is ideal when a large document, containing many (preferably independent) sections is being created by more than five writers across different office locations and is subject to review by multiple reviewers and requires formal approval. It is particularly suited for external documents which are to be delivered as a non-editable PDF file.
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Pros
Nintex
  • Building documentation is super easy
  • Sending out that documentation after it is built is most of the time seamless
  • Customer service at Nintex is awesome if we ever need anything
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Xait
  • This tool gives us the opportunity to work together. We always work in the last revision.
  • We can write comments as we go along and all involved will see it straight away.
  • We can structure it the way we want/our the way customer wants it and print the whole book in one go. We are sure that pictures/text/tables are where they are supposed to be (they have not moved around the document as it does when using Microsoft Word).
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Cons
Nintex
  • Easier set up.
  • Easier field mappings.
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Xait
  • It would be helpful to improve functions used to organize and reorganize sections. They work fine, but could be retooled for ease of use. Simple drag-drop over the tree-view from the primary navigator (not only in the dedicated dialog for reordering sections) would be very good. It would be good to support simple flagging or tagging of sections to indicate whatever is meaningful to the user (e.g., to flag a section as imported text that needs formatting, or a section that is high priority for review). The icons do change to indicate predefined workflow states (e.g. approved), but there isn't support for a user-defined tag, perhaps with the ability to filter by tag as many newer applications can do. That would be handy. These aren't criticisms so much as product enhancement suggestions.
  • The editor is ok but could be tuned up a bit. For example, styles in the toolbar dropdown apply only to the whole paragraph. It's hard to indent text. The button tool doesn't consistently remove the button attribute on an existing button; works sometimes, sometimes not. Little stuff. Overall it's adequate for text creation.
  • The process of defining templates and styles appears to be a black art. While it's something you don't do often, it should be simplified and better exposed to ordinary admins.
  • The ability to have more than one section open at a time in the editor would be fantastic. Great productivity tool.
  • Word import/export could be cleaner.
  • The ability to export to html with user-defined style sheets would open new markets for Xait. If the product had that, we'd use Xait to maintain our online help site too.
  • The ability to link to externally stored images rather than lock them inside the Xait library would be huge, as we've expressed to the support team. We manage hundreds of images (diagrams, screen shots etc.) that are used throughout the company, not just for Xait documents. We would like to store them on a file system (e.g. Dropbox) and have them update into Xait automatically when the master copy is modified. This is a very important capability, though in fairness we didn't find it in other products either. Explicit support for Dropbox/Google Drive/Box would be one way, but dynamic linking a la Microsoft Word would be fine, maybe even better.
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Likelihood to Renew
Nintex
No answers on this topic
Xait
There are too many positive aspects versus negative.
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Usability
Nintex
No answers on this topic
Xait
We find it to be intuitive to use with a simple menu and right-click based functionality in place.
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Reliability and Availability
Nintex
No answers on this topic
Xait
XaitPorter is always there even though we have issues with outages (suddenly the network does not work, but that is internal issue)
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Performance
Nintex
No answers on this topic
Xait
Our reports/Tenders complete in a reasonable time frame, actually faster than Word. We have not integrated with other systems or softwares.
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Support Rating
Nintex
No answers on this topic
Xait
They have a clear method for reporting any issues and work hard to get a resolution, keeping me informed of progress.
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In-Person Training
Nintex
No answers on this topic
Xait
He was really good. He came from Xait and trained us for several days. He got all involved and answered the questions asked. He was a professional trainee
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Online Training
Nintex
No answers on this topic
Xait
The online training was really good. They know the way of getting people involved and they answered all questions asked. They were there for us.
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Implementation Rating
Nintex
No answers on this topic
Xait
I was really satisfied with the implementation
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Alternatives Considered
Nintex
I believe that Conga is a great tool that is very similar to Nintex. However, I do believe Nintex is constantly updating its features. I also like the fact that their knowledge base on the website is wonderful and not convoluted. In addition to that, the customer service is amazing. I don't think I remember having any issues with Nintex, but I do remember one instance where they got back to me within 2 hours, and I appreciated that.
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Xait
The standard product for many years has been Microsoft Word. Some have tried to use SharePoint as a collaborative tool, but it is not suited for the purpose and is generally very user un-friendly. It is not intuitive and we have very few persons with any competency in it. Porter is easy to pick up and the new interface is very intuitive, and the way that Porter works removes many of the typical layout and formatting choices that made Microsoft Word so difficult for the average employee. It also greatly simplifies and reduces the amount of corrective work that tender support staff used to have to do. We are not aware of any product in the market that comes close to Porter. It is an ideal product that was purpose built for collaborative writing.
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Scalability
Nintex
No answers on this topic
Xait
I just love the system
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Return on Investment
Nintex
  • A LOT of saved time on workflow automation
  • Provides an easier solution for our clients to sign documents
  • Customer Experience overall is great using this tool
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Xait
  • Too soon to tell. Right now we're still at the near end of the value chain - it still seems expensive given the outputs to date. But we have a lower proposal volume than some companies, so you need to factor that in.
  • Also, the named user licensing is restrictive and problematic in a small company where people perform multiple roles and may dip in and out of the proposal development process over a period of weeks or months. A concurrent user model would be much, much better for us, though I understand you'd need to figure out a way to handle email notifications.
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