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Axway, OpenText, and RSSBus earn Drummond AS4-4Q16 certification

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Drummond Group AS4 2016 Test Event Certifies Three Products

AUSTIN, TX—Dec 8, 2016—Drummond Group announced today the latest software applications to be AS4 Drummond Certified™. This is the fourth AS4 test and certification event carried out by the trusted leader in interoperability software testing. Software applications from Axway, OpenText, and RSSBus participated in this vendor-neutral test event.

Drummond Group’s AS4 interoperability testing is based on a proven test methodology developed to ensure that different products can work together to seamlessly exchange information using Web Services from any location, anywhere in the world. In addition to enabling interoperability for technologies such as cloud computing, AS4 is an emerging Internet messaging protocol that provides a standardized method for the secure and payload-agnostic exchange of B2B payloads. AS4 is being adopted globally, especially in Europe, as the messaging standard for secure message exchange.

“We commend these three global organizations for recognizing the importance of AS4 interoperability and the benefit it brings for high-level security as organizations exchange highly sensitive documents using AS4,” said Aaron Gomez, Director of B2B Certification at Drummond Group. “We see the adoption of AS4 picking up in 2017, especially in Europe, and therefore Drummond Group will be enhancing the AS4 test event to meet the European needs. We will continue to offer a vendor-neutral environment to drive global interoperability to the global marketplace.”

For a complete list of the newly certified AS4-4Q16 products and registration information for upcoming tests), please visit:
https://www.drummondgroup.com/b2b-certified-products/certified-products/as4

For more information on future AS4 Interoperability testing, please send email to info2@drummondgroup.com.

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AS4

AS4, an OASIS B2B messaging standard, was finalized by the OASIS ebXML Messaging Services (ebMS) Technical Committee. The intent and purpose of the development of AS4 was to define a simplified Conformance Profile of the ebMS v3.0 specification that would serve as a B2B on-ramp for Web Services document exchange.