UBL TC member Oriol Bausa has written a short tutorial on the use of Crane's tools to create XSD schemas from CCTS business information entities.
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Tradeshift CEO & Co-founder, Christian Lanng recently spoke about the future of supply chains in the digital age. See the video link below...
On 15th April 1912 the passenger ship Titanic hit an iceberg and sank with the loss of nearly 1500 lives. Some claim that communication failures were as significant as anything else in scale of the tragedy.
According to Neal McEwen writing in the Telegraph Office Magazine…
A few years ago I posted an article about the confusion surrounding standardizing on electronic invoice formats in Europe. I am pleased to note that the European Commission has not been idle. On March 11 2014, after several years of conferences, expert groups, forums and workshops, the European Parliament approved a new directive on electronic invoicing in public procurement.
There has been increasing interest in the standards community about the value and use of conceptual data models to support messaging standards – separating the conceptual business view from the technical implementation artifacts. This article supports this view using UBL as a reference.