Xillio Welcomes New Localization Sales Team Members
Xillio sees significant traction with enterprises in the Localization Industry
Amsterdam, October 4, 2018 - Xillio, a provider of content migration and integration software, is excited to announce that it welcomed two new team members to our organization. We welcome Łukasz Rejter, former Sales Manager EMEA at memoQ Translation Technologies, and Mathan Sivaloganathan, former Global Head of Sales at memoQ Translation Technologies. Łukasz and Mathan will lead Xillio’s new sales department for the translation and localization industry.
Both Łukasz and Mathan come with a wealth of sales experience within the Localization Industry. Łukasz has been working in this industry for over 10 years and is skilled in localization, translation, and linguistics, as well as translation workflow optimization and automation. With more than 15 years of experience in IT, Telecommunication, Software and Services, Mathan has a proven track record in liaising with C-level executives and influencers and building a long-term account relationship with strong business potential. The new sales team will be responsible for expending Xillio’s goal to deliver a unified and uniform approach to making business content stored in any content repository or fileshare – be it cloud, on-premise or legacy systems – easily accessible to any application.
“We’re all very excited to welcome Mathan and Łukasz to our sales team,” said Rikkert Engels, CEO and founder. “Their wealth of experience and industry knowledge has already made them a key addition to the Xillio family. We see significant traction with enterprises in the Localization and Translation industry. Our unified API solves the connectivity and automation challenges that everybody involved in this industry is facing. Łukasz and Mathan are exactly the persons we need in our current growth stage to help us execute on our vision.”
Mathan Sivaloganathan states: “A couple of months ago I heard this rumor of a new company entering the translation and localization market. It turned out to be Xillio and I’m excited to join Xillio at this pivotal point in the company’s history. I love the dynamics within the company, there is the possibility to do things differently and make tough decisions as we position ourselves in this new market.”
“I believe the Xillio API is the missing technology that could help out everybody involved in the translation and localization industry,” says Łukasz Rejter. “These people are working with a tremendous amount of systems and repositories, and everybody works independently from each other. With the Xilio API, it is possible to integrate people and systems which accordingly speeds up the translation process.”