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Ixxus appoints Graeme Seaton as Senior Architect

LONDON, UK – 5th April 2012 - Ixxus today announced the appointment of Graeme Seaton as a Senior Architect. With a wealth of experience across a range of technologies and sectors, Graeme is a welcome addition to the team.

Joining Ixxus from a previous role as Head of Content Development at, Graeme will play an important role in developing and implementing solution architecture.  Graeme played a solutions consulting role for Ixxus in 2006, and the company is delighted to have him back on board.

Graeme has a long history of consultancy and development, having held senior roles at high-profile companies such as Oracle and Level Business.   He brings a long-term passion for Content and Search architecture as well as recent experience working with Big Data, and has a wide technological base including MarkLogic, Solr/Lucene, Alfresco, Hadoop and Hive.

"Graeme is a highly experienced solution architect in the content management and search space so we're delighted to have him on board", said Steve Odart, director.  “His knowledge and experience in the publishing market will bring further depth to our offering at a time when we're seeing a lot of interest in our publishing platform."

‘I am extremely excited to be re-joining Ixxus”, said Graeme.  “After implementing a number of content strategies independently , I will be able to work with the leading consultancy serving organisations across Europe.  Ixxus has a fantastically talented team and I know we will continue to exemplify best practice within the content management sphere.”

About Ixxus

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 an Alfresco platinum partner with unrivalled implementation experience.  The company has worked across all industry sectors; including publishing finance, higher education, government, legal and manufacturing. Customers include, Virgin Money, Amnesty International, Clifford Chance and