ebXMLsoft Registry 2.2 Strengthens ebXMLsoft's ebXML-Based Integration Offering

Toronto, Canada - February 09, 2004 - ebXMLsoft, a leader in ebXML integration solutions, today announced the general availability of ebXMLsoft Registry 2.2, a full implementation of OASIS/ebXML Registry 2.1 Specifications.

As a multi-tier J2EE Java/EJB component-based multi-platform product, it is perfectly suited to meet the needs for any size of Enterprise. Some highlights of the new features include built-in secure XML messaging, support for large business documents and images repositories, and legacy system integration interfaces. These and other features of ebXMLsoft Registry 2.2 support critical requirements for both global business collaborations over the Internet and any internal transactional or non-transactional applications that require standard and automated methods to submit, classify, store, and efficiantly search for critical business components from multiple different sources.

About ebXMLsoft
ebXMLsoft, Inc., headquarted in Toronto, Canada, is a leading ebXML company that offers ebXML software and consulting services. ebXMLsoft software combined with its services helps organizations to improve their business operations through ebXML, resulting in reduced cost and increased global presence. For more information, please visit our Web site at http://www.semantion.com

About ebXML
ebXML (Electronic Business using eXtensible Markup Language) is a modular suite of specifications that enables enterprises of any size to globally conduct business over the Internet. ebXML was started in 1999 as an initiative of OASIS ( http://www.oasis-open.org) and the United Nations UN/CEFACT (http://www.unece.org/cefact). OASIS is the international, non-for-profit consortium that supports electronic business development by promoting interoperability specifications. OASIS members are industry groups and organizations involved in XML specifications development. UN/CEFACT, headquartered in Geneva, is the UN body that covers trade facilitation and electronic business worldwide policy and technical development.