Splice it up at Xignite

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Xignite, Inc., the leading pure-play provider of financial web services for mission-critical corporate applications, announced the launch of Xignite Splice, the industry’s first supply-side web services platform.  Splice is open to all corporate developers who wish to create and share new composite web services.  The announcement was made at 2008 Web Services/SOA on Wall Street Conference, held yesterday in New York.

The Xignite Splice platform helps corporate developers compose and publish custom web services that mash up existing web services into a single, more complex composite web service.  Splice’s patent-pending functionality is able to handle heavy-duty data transformation with high scalability and reusability to create industrial-strength web services.  These advanced composite web services are then supplied as building blocks in the development of enterprise mashups, composite applications and other service-oriented business applications by business analysts and other power users.

Developers using the Splice platform can mix and mash any of Xignite’s 50 available financial web services with web services from third party sources. Corporate developers can even mash up web service-enabled enterprise data stores, such as those from common applications like Salesforce or SAP, to create truly unique composite web services.  Developers can publish their new services to the community, along with possible consumption scenarios.  Over time, Xignite Splice will feature a growing library of community-created composite web services.

 
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