• Is SWIFT Lagging on Corporate Actions or Serving its Membership?

    SWIFT,  the international financial messaging firm, is being criticized by several market participants for not pushing its new XML standard for corporate actions more aggressively or moving to shut down the older message standard. SWIFT has been at the forefront of developing standards and processes to […]

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  • Government’s New Second Language: XML

    When the US Government Printing Office updated its composition engine for digital publishing, the ability to accept XML input directly was a key requirement. The Extensible Markup Language allows documents to be encoded in a format that is both human and machine-readable, making it a good […]

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  • New XML Standards Designed for the Air Cargo Industry

    Since 2009, the IATA Cargo-XML Task Force has been developing new XML standards designed to innovate how the air cargo industry communicates and offer industry stakeholders an alternative to Cargo-IMP messages. For more information, visit the IATA website here.

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  • The True ROI of Collaboration

    As UC Berkeley Professor Morten Hansen says, “The goal of collaboration is not collaboration itself, but great results.” Working with their customers, CISCO has developed a framework for assessing the true ROI of collaboration, and it falls into three distinct categories. To read more about […]

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  • Interoperability, Collaboration & Efficiency

    A Trifecta for Success A interesting article from The Brain Yard about standards and interoperability  in relation to social networks.  

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