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Xillio Adds New Documentum Connector

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Xillio, provider of the Content ETL Platform, has announced a new connector for Documentum.

With this new connector, Xillio aims to help organizations integrate their fragmented content repositories by allowing them to integrate and exchange data from Documentum with other enterprise content repositories. In addition, the connector enables the export, as well as the import, of data from Documentum and into Documentum, in case of a migration.

As previously reported, OpenText is in the process of acquiring Documentum from Dell EMC. In September 2016,  OpenText announced it had entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Dell EMC’s Enterprise Content Division (ECD), including Documentum, and, at the time, stated that the transaction was expected to close within 90 to 120 days.

Xillio now provides more than 20 bi-directional connectors to widely used enterprise content and web content management systems, helping organizatons to leverage their unstructured data.

Xillio’s Documentum connector includes both an import and an export connector. When exporting data from Documentum all possible functionalities, including renditions, content types, workflows and access control list, are exported from the solution. The exported data is stored in the Unified Data Model (UDM) of Xillio. The import connector retrieves the stored data from the UDM and imports it into EMC Documentum.

While the new connector is part of a series of connectors that have been introduced by Xillio in recent months, according to Rikkert Engels, founder and CEO of Xillio, it is also possible for customers and partners to develop connectors themselves in Xillio’s Content ETL Platform.

More information is available about the Documentum connector.

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