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New HR-XML Consortium Blog

Posted By Kim Bartkus, HR-XML Consortium Executive Director, Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Welcome to the new HR-XML blog page. Over the next few months, we've invited guest bloggers from the industry to share the challenges and successes of HR-XML implementations and standards in general. There has been a lot of discussion about the continuing acquisitions and mergers of software and service providers, resulting in the need for easier integrations between systems. HR-XML is a widely adopted standard that helps with those integrations by providing a framework for exchanging the data. These standards have been beneficial to our members and the HR community at large by providing a common interoperability format. We've also heard from other community members the concern that standards will eliminate their uniqueness (proprietary value). While the standards offer most of the common language needed to communicate, they also provide a user area to allow for those unique implementation data sets. To find out more about the standards, join us at the Spring Technical Meeting, May 14-15 in Chicago.

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