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XWiki SAS is an innovative French company created in 2004 by Ludovic Dubost, visionary in the use of wikis. Structured as a Simplified joint-stock (SAS), the company totals 30 employees; it is located in Paris (France) and in Iasi (Romania).

The company provides professional solutions that answer all collaboration needs of organizations and services (development, support, training, consulting and hosting).

All our solutions are wiki-based, however wikis are not all we do. XWiki uses are very numerous: we develop intranets, collaborative websites, document management systems, and much more.

The domains of activity of the organizations we work for/with are various: education, media, distribution, industry... With thousands of organizations using XWiki, XWiki SAS is the leader of professional and collaborative Open Source solutions.

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