Xillio Named a “Cool Vendor” by Gartner for Content Services

San Francisco, May 17, 2017 - Xillio, international specialist in the field of content migration and integration of large business platforms, has been included in the list of cool vendors in the May “Cool Vendors in Content Services, 2017” report by Gartner, Inc. Xillio provides technology for integration between content services platforms and a wide variety of existing content repositories.

Being able to provide content from multiple content repositories through one integration point has the advantage that users do not have to start and open one application after the other or run multiple searches to access the right content. In addition, it is not necessary to copy and store documents at multiple locations. And, it becomes cheaper and faster for organizations to develop new services on top of these content repositories.

"We believe Gartner's recognition indicates that we continue to move in the right direction with our content integration layer and that's fantastic," said Rikkert Engels, CEO and founder of Xillio. "With traditional content services technologies, content is separated and stored in separate silos, making it expensive for organizations to offer new services on top of these content silos. Xillio's integration layer reduces both the vendor lock in and the technical complexity, and, therefore, also the costs and lead time of the development of new services. It's simply no longer necessary to think in silos, and Xillio's integration layer makes sure that that is no longer needed anymore."



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