Xillio, provider of the Content ETL Platform, has appointed Marc Glomb as vice president business development. With his new appointment, Marc will be responsible for further developing and exploring new strategic OEM partnerships. Marc will be based at Xillio's San Francisco office as many future OEM partners are located in Silicon Valley.

There is a growing awareness in the market that it is not feasible to store all content in a one single content repository. This increases the demand for content integration in the coming years and Xillio will play a leading role in this change. Xillio's Enterprise Content Integration platform provides the ability to centrally access content from multiple content sources through a single integration point, on-premises, cloud and legacy content management systems.

Marc has made his mark in several business development positions with various, well-known enterprises, such as ZixCorp, Salesforce and EntropySoft. Marc has extensive knowledge of the market and has a proven track record in closing complex OEM deals.

"This is a great opportunity for me to apply my skills in the field of business development and partner management in a market that needs a solution such as Xillio offers. My focus is on further promoting the value of our platform, such as easy access to business-critical content stored on fragmented content repositories. I look forward to filfulling the role of vice president of business development together with my colleagues at Xillio,” said
Marc Glomb.

About 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 of organizations to react in a timely matter to changing market conditions.

The Content ETL Platform contains a very easy-to-use scripting language, Xill. It has out-of-the-box connectors to most of the common content repositories (including file shares, SharePoint, OpenText, Documentum, FileNet, Adobe and more), a Unified Data Model and unique modules, like classification, deduplication and version recognition, to improve the quality of the metadata. The platform gives organizations the necessary insights in their information landscape, the tools to improve the landscape and the possibility to integrate their point solutions while drastically increasing their agility.

Xillio partners with most large system integrators and also with specialized local implementation companies. Xillio is headquartered in Hilversum, Netherlands, and has an office in San Francisco. More information can be found at www.xillio.com.

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