Ingeniux

Ingeniux

Ingeniux is a provider of web content management and social business software for customers worldwide and in a wide range of industries. Its platforms cover the range of customer experience needs from web content management to digital marketing to intranets, extranets and customer communities.

The company also provides professional services, such as technical support, site support, training and website implementation.

Company Info

HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
2000
Employees
60
Website

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www.ingeniux.com

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