Hippo B.V.

Hippo B.V.

Hippo B.V. is a provider of enterprise open source web experience management software. The Java-based platform is available as both an on premises and SaaS versions. Hippo has broaden the scope of its functionality to include features and functionality that support web experience management. Hippo is involved in the WEMI initiative through Oasis.

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