Your company is stuffed with content repositories: cloud applications, legacy ECM systems, collaboration tools, marketing automation, newsletter, WCM, PIM, e-commerce and DAM systems. None of it can be easily integrated and all require insider knowledge of the underlying systems. You need an army of developers to build and maintain integrations between the different content repositories.
No money for an army? Xillio has developed a unified content API, an easy to use API that integrates with 25 content systems. No need to learn the specifics of the underlying systems, no need to maintain integrations.
The API offers Read (R) and Write (CUD) functionality to various content systems. For instance, to Read records, items and entries.
Not every content system offers standard navigation. Therefore, our content API offers a powerful and quick way to navigate through the content of the connected system.
Build an automated workflow that deals with the small volumes and higher frequencies directly from the CMS into your translation environment.
Use the API to easily transfer documents to an archiving solution. Or support in-place Records Management on any document in any content sources from within one application.
Use the API to integrate content sources into your governance dashboard so that you can apply rules and regulations on all your content repositories.
Use the API as pipe to fill your analytics dashboard.
The Translation & Localization industry uses our API so that users can select files from external content sources directly in the interface of the translation software. After the translation and approval process, the translated content is automatically stored back at the correct location in the source system.
It is possible to use the API to integrate other content systems real-time into a content repository. In this example, we see the integration of Liferay with external content sources, such as Dropbox, BitBucket and Egnyte.
Another example of integration between two content systems. In this video, we use M-files as an interface for access to content stored in a SharePoint environment.