SquareSum is the first software vendor to make its software available on the BizTalk XML platform with BASDA’s eBIS-XML schemas.
The availability of Microsoft’s BizTalk Server 2000 with DREAM, combined with SquareSum’s support of the eBIS-XML trading standard, enables DREAM users to enjoy fully automated purchase order and invoice delivery and receipt.
Before, companies could send XML-generated business documents to contacts operating on different accounting systems ? but human intervention was still required to collect the message, interpret and file it.
Philip Taylor, deputy chairman of SquareSum, says: ‘The availability of Microsoft’s BizTalk Server technology combined with the BASDA-approved XML schema takes DREAM customers closer to the paperless, unattended accounting system.’
He adds: ‘BizTalk brings to fruition the groundwork laid by BASDA with its eBIS-XML standard for the accounting profession. Now we have the capability to support the automated exchange of orders and invoices between organisations.’
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