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Killdara has developed a family of products using an XML open architecture to create a platform for universal data exchange. The products include Killdara's Paraphrase Engine, that, when triggered by a specified event, generates an XML document from various data sources (such as relational databases) and distributes it via the Web, e-mail or FTP, to any "interested partners". Killdara's b2b Messenger, designed to assist and enable B2B (business to business) transactions, performs similar functions while also supporting digital encryption and "signatures". Killdara's Health Data Courier features similar document distribution methods, and is designed to conform to existing medical information standards, such as the HL7 XML templates. White papers and a FAQ are available for review.

Date Listed: 04/04/2001

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