Xillio

Xillio

Xillio has developed the Content ETL Platform aiming to solve the challenges organizations face with their fragmented content repositories. Challenges for staying in compliance, challenges for managing the productivity of internal employees, but most of all challenges for organizations to react in a timely matter to changing market conditions. Xillio partners with most large System Integrators and also with specialized local implementation companies. The company is headquartered in Hilversum, Netherlands and Chicago, USA.

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HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
2004
Employees
50
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