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SOURCE: XMLSolutions Corporation

XMLSolutions Delivers XML Representation of EDIFACT

Translation of EDIFACT to XML Allows Expansion of Global Trading Communities

MCLEAN, Va., Nov. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Northern Virginia based XMLSolutions today announced support for an XML representation of EDIFACT trade documents that utilizes the XEDI approach (www.xedi.org) to XML translation.

XMLSolutions is the only company in the world to provide XML translation for every version of every document for both X12 EDI and EDIFACT. This advancement enables global companies to expand existing EDIFACT and X12 EDI systems to small and mid-size trading partners on a global scale. Now, through the use of the XEDI approach, which has been endorsed by the Aerospace Industry Association of America, large global organizations have been empowered to remove the expensive manual processes typically associated with small and medium-size trading partner transactions.

``By understanding the semantics of EDIFACT, such as the proper processing of composite elements, and delivering a translation approach, we have reduced the cost of completing global business-to-business transactions,'' stated JP Morgenthal, CTO, XMLSolutions.

About XMLSolutions Corporation

XMLSolutions enables customers to painlessly and profitably expand their existing EDI implementation to non-EDI trading partners through EDI-XML translation.

Leveraging products and consulting services, XMLSolutions also allows customers to:

  • Manage XML application development and deployment through DTD/Schema management and programming utilities.
  • Rapidly implement XML Application Integration (XAI) initiatives through custom application development using leading-edge products.
  • Enable legacy systems and data to participate in the e-commerce revolution.

    XMLSolutions is headquartered in Northern Virginia, with offices in Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Bangalore, India and The Hague. For more information contact: