eXtensible Markup Language (XML) is a language used to store structured data and to pass it between network hosts. The syntax of XML is similar to HTML, in that it contains matching sets of tags, but - unlike HTML - it includes provisions for an extensible set of tags. The specific tag definitions that will be used by an application set are determined in advance and are utilized by both of the communicating applications. XML is an ideal way to enable efficient communication between commerce sites, fulfillment houses, extranet partners, and other systems based on modern Internet architectures. OMIX has extensive experience in utilizing XML for inter-application data exchange.

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