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Re: ebXML: Will it Gain Traction in the US?

Dear Joseph,

Another new European initiative has started in Sweden, The Swedish 
alliance for electronic commerce (GEA) are are starting an BCF with 
ebXML proof-of-concept project from a industrial perspective. Sofar we 
have attracted both Industrial-, governmental organizations as well as 
bussiness system vendors.

We are planning for a full runthrough of UN/CEFACT Business 
Collaboration Framework with an implementation that is ebXML, this 
including Core Components, XML, RegRep, MSH etc.

For this you who knows Swedish can find details here ;)

/anders w.tell
project team lead -Unified Business Agreements and Contract Project (UBAC)

Chiusano Joseph wrote:

>Last evening I attended a technology session (Semantic Web) here in the
>Washington D.C. area, and the discussion drifted briefly toward adoption
>of ebXML worldwide. Several attendees expressed sentiments that it
>appears that ebXML (as a whole) is gaining a lot of traction in Europe
>and Asia, but not here in the US (please note: I am not expressing my
>view, but rather the view of the attendees). One attendee noted the
>following 3 recent articles on ebXML Forum:
>- "Report recommends adoption of ebXML for European public
>administration networks"
>- "Two new ebXML applications unveiled in Hong Kong"
>- "ebXML gains traction in Japan"
>My questions are:
>(1) Is this observation valid?
>(2) If so, what is the projected future direction of ebXML adoption here
>in the US? Will it increase, decrease, or remain the same?
>(3) If we were to consider the various "components" of ebXML (business
>processes, registry, collaboration, etc.) rather than ebXML as a
>framework, do any components in particular look more promising than
>others for adoption here in the US?
>Kind Regards,
>Joe Chiusano
>Booz | Allen | Hamilton

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