Ingeniux Corporation was founded in 1999 by a team of dedicated industry professionals responsible for designing web publishing systems for some of the leading brands on the web, including Electronic Arts and Microsoft MSNBC. Ingeniux designed its CMS around open standards, and with a unique de-coupled publishing architecture, to meet persistent challenges in the web industry with portability and scalability.
Ingeniux CMS, at the time one of the first XML-based content management systems, broke new ground in meeting the needs of large-scale web publishing, co-branding, and mobile content management. Ingeniux Cartella was equally innovative in addressing the needs of collaboration and community, adding true content management and business collaboration capabilities to "business social software." Ingeniux was the first web experience management company to release in ASP.NET and support the Razor view engine. It continues to lead the industry in ASP.NET MVC software development.
While Ingeniux has come a long way in the past two decades, our primary focus has always been on creating innovative content management technology that makes our customers successful. The content management industry has come full circle towards the principals that made Ingeniux unique: multi-channel architecture, clear separation between content management and content delivery, richly structured content and highly scalable performance.
Today, Ingeniux software is used by hundreds of leading brands, universities, trade associations, and government agencies globally.