Xillio Announces Content Integration API

Xillio, a content migration and integration company, announced its cloud-based API for content integration services. Through the API, developers can connect applications to various content repositories. Whether such repositories are in the cloud or on-premise content systems, the Xillio API provides a single, unified API for access to disparate content repositories. The API eliminates the need to learn the various APIs of many content repositories.

SDL, a translation services provider, was the first user of the Xillio API. SDL utilized the API to exchange content between its CMS and its translation engine. While SDL's use is a perfect example of Xillio acting as the interface between content repository and app, Xillio believes the use cases are essentially endless. Whether that use is a customer portal where the customer information is stored in various systems, or a cloud storage app integration with an on-premise enterprise content management system, the Xillio API aims to streamline content integration across organizations.

The REST API allows for content repository integration at various layers. Whether it's the UI layer, business layer, or data layer, content integration is simple with Xillio's API. For more information, and to understand how the API can ease your content integration process, contact the Xillio team. Xillio has also published a helpful video illustrating where its API might fit into your workflow.

Xillio has already built "connectors" to many popular content repositories, including SharePoint, GitHub, Umbraco, File Share, Zendesk, Drupal, Elastic, IBM FileNet, Box Egnyte, CMIS, Liferay, Dropbox, OpenText/Documentum, Hadoop, OpenText Content Suite, Adobe Experience Manager, and many more. Additionally, this list continues to grow, and Xillio encourages those interested in new connectors to reach out with suggestions.

Eric Carter Eric the founder of Dartsand and Corporate Counsel for a specialty technology distributor. He is a frequent contributor to technology media outlets and also serves as primary legal counsel for multiple startups in the Real Estate, Virtual Assistant, and Software Development Industries. Follow me on Google+
 

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