Ixxus Takes on America – Office to Open in New York
LONDON, UK – February 2012 – Ixxus has today announced the latest stage in its plans for expansion, with the opening of its first office in the United States.
The UK firm, which is headquartered in London, already has a presence in Romania, and plans further expansion in the future. The opening of an office in New York City marks a major step for the company in becoming a truly global consultancy.
Ixxus has a number of high profile clients within the Publishing and Finance sectors, both of which are heavily represented within New York. Because of this, New York was selected as an ideal location for expansion.
From its office in Lafayette Street, Ixxus will work with clients across all sectors to provide them with robust, enterprise-scale solutions which combat the daily challenge of information and content management. Currently organising its first publishing-centric conference in London, ‘The Future of Publishing: Evolution or Revolution?’, due to take place next month, Ixxus plan to follow on with a similar US-based event.
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Steve Odart, Director of Ixxus, said, “"We have already provided services to several US based clients from the UK and we were getting asked about setting up a US presence, so this move is the follow on from that. As our focus is large enterprise implementations, it is essential to have a presence in New York for the publishing and finance sectors."
With headquarters in London, Ixxus is an experienced global consultancy and systems integration organisation. The company specialises in the design, development and operational support of enterprise content management and search solutions, with a modern and innovative approach to project delivery.
Ixxus is both an Alfresco platinum partner and a Lucid Imagination partner, with unrivalled implementation experience and a team now of over 30 Alfresco consultants; the largest dedicated team globally outside Alfresco itself. The company has worked across all industry sectors; including publishing finance, higher education, government, legal and manufacturing. Customers include Garland Science, Yell.com, Virgin Money Giving, Amnesty International and 118.com.