Universal Business Language (UBL)
Definition - What does Universal Business Language (UBL) mean?
A universal business language (UBL) is a royalty free library of standard XML electronic business documents, first released in 2004. It promotes global use of e-commerce documents conforming to government regulations and specific industry criteria. It works among multiple domain service oriented architectures offering a simple way for businesses to compete in the international e-commerce community.
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