Xillio and Discover Technologies Announce Migration Business Unit

Discover Technologies builds migration business unit to consistently remove cost, pain and risk of content migrations.

Hilversum/Herndon, June 21, 2018 - Xillio, a content migration and integration specialist, is pleased to announce the creation of a migration business unit with US-based information management technology services and solution partner Discover Technologies. Powered by Xillio’s content migration solution, Discover Technologies has built a content migration unit to deliver easy on-site ECM content migrations for US government institutions and commercial enterprises. Discover Technologies helps these organizations with the transition from legacy ECM systems to modern ECM systems without losing documents or metadata and by adding value.

Content migrations are known to be complex. It concerns large volume content, multiple departments, legacy systems and mapping of content between one system and the new. With its proven migration approach and connectors with dozens of repositories (like file shares, SharePoint, OpenText, Livelink, HP Trim, Documentum and many more), Xillio makes every content migration predictable. With the creation of the migration business unit at Discover Technologies, migration projects enabled by Xillio become a repeatable experience. 

Rikkert Engels, CEO at Xillio, commented, “We see a great demand for our content migration solution at government institutions in the USA, but we know our customers prefer a local specialist to help them out with their content migration project. We are very excited that the team at Discover Technologies will be able to consistently deliver quick and efficient content migrations.” 

Scott Dolan, VP Enterprise Content Management at Discover Technologies, said, “We are excited to invest further with Xillio. Many of today’s organizations are burdened with multiple legacy ECM systems and before we can deliver improved content solutions, large volumes of files need to be moved with ease. We envision that enabling a smoother path for content migration will be a catalyst for digital transformation.”