Making it real

Meserve, Jason
February 2000
Network World;02/14/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p65
Trade Publication
Discusses the implementation of XML by Hartford Financial Services Group for its computer systems. Support for the Single Entry Multicompany Interface (SEMCI) standard; Efforts to create a real-time version of the SEMCI.


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