MCLEAN, Va., April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- XMLSolutions Corporation, a worldwide provider of strategic business-to-business, XML-based products and services, today announced the opening of the company's first office in the Pacific Rim region. The office located in Seoul, Korea, will provide XMLSolutions products and services to companies seeking E2E(SM) (end-to-end) e-commerce solutions or business partnership opportunities, and will be managed by Thomas Lee, XMLSolutions' Director of Asian Operations.
XMLSolutions products enable companies to rapidly implement XML-based solutions utilizing the XEDI Translator(TM), ExeterXML Server(TM), XMLZip(TM), and the recently announced Schema Central(TM) product. The XMLSolutions product family supports open standards and protocols such as RosettaNet, FpML, cXML, xCBL, ebXML, EDI (X12 and EDIFACT) and Microsoft BizTalk.
``The demand for global business-to-business solutions continues to increase. Our expansion to the Pacific Rim region combined with offices throughout Europe enables us to rapidly respond to the needs of the global e- business community,'' stated XMLSolutions President and COO, Edwin Miller.
XMLSolutions has more than doubled in size since September of 1999 and continues to expand to exceed the expectations and e-business requirements of Global 2000 companies. To contact the Korean office, please call (82)2.2187- 5500, fax (82)2.2187-5100, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
About XMLSolutions Corporation
XMLSolutions Corporation (www.xmls.com) is a worldwide provider of XML- based business-to-business e-commerce products that enables companies to leverage their investment in legacy systems and extend their electronic trading communities to small and midsize trading partners. XMLSolutions backs its XML e-commerce software with a superior professional services team, staffed with world experts in XML, EDI, metadata and legacy system integration.
XMLSolutions is headquartered in Northern Virginia, with offices in Atlanta, GA; Charlotte, NC; Chicago, IL; New York, NY; San Francisco, CA; Seoul, Korea; Bangalore, India; and The Netherlands.