The ability of organizations to freely communicate with business partners and customers electronically is hampered by the lack of a lingua franca. Universal Business Language open standard focuses on resolving this problem. UBL forms are based on hard-earned experience garnered from the best efforts to use XML in e-commerce to date. The knowledge encapsulated in UBL should reduce the expense in applying the language to e-commerce solutions.
Universal Business Language Proposes to Standardize E-Business (2Q03)
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