The business-to-business trading exchanges won't be left behind in the move to data synchronization on a global scale. In July 2002, Transora, Chicago, changed from an "exchange" into a software and services company specializing in data synchronization. Since that time, Transora has been actively involved in establishing standards for data synchronization, acting as a beta partner for UCCnet, and providing the technical solutions and support for implementations. "As a result, Transora ...

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