Nuxeo, the leading cloud-native Content Services Platform, announced the opening of its Japan office in Tokyo. The new office in Tokyo is part of the company’s commitment to increasing its presence in Japan and the Asia-Pacific (APAC) market.

A growing number of Japanese companies are looking for contemporary solutions to help them unlock the value of their information without having to “rip and replace” their existing IT investments. Organizations in Japan, and around the globe, are realizing that the outdated approach to information management requiring all content to reside in one centralized system isn’t realistic or achievable.

Modern businesses need a platform that enables them to connect to existing systems where their content and digital assets already reside, and to serve as a central hub for accessing this information in a way that is highly personalized for the user.

“Legacy enterprise content management solutions simply haven’t met the demands of companies in Japan that are looking for a better way to manage information in a unified manner throughout their organization,” said Eric Barroca, CEO of Nuxeo. “Our open philosophy, along with our advances in leveraging metadata and artificial intelligence, puts us in a unique position to help organizations better leverage the data and content already residing within their existing systems.”

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Nuxeo, developer of the leading, cloud-native content services platform, is reinventing enterprise content and digital asset management. Nuxeo is fundamentally changing how people work with both data and content to realize new value from digital information. Its cloud-native, hyper-scalable content services platform has been deployed by large enterprises, mid-sized businesses and government agencies worldwide. Customers like Verizon, Boeing, Electronic Arts, and the Department of Defense have used Nuxeo's technology to transform the way they do business. Founded in 2008, the company is based in New York with offices across the United States and Europe. Learn more at