Webswell Opens a New Business Service Center in London, UK

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) September 08, 2008 -- Webswell opens a new branch, the Webswell UK Ltd. in London, UK. The branch will support UK and Ireland-based customers. The Webswell UK is responsible for development, marketing and supporting of two Webswell's products families:

- Webswell telConnect - a BT Openreach EMP-compliant product dedicated for UK-based telecommunications services providers that wish to support WLR3 standards

- Webswell financeConnect - a FpML (Financial Products Markup Language)-based solution for companies involved in processing of financial derivative instruments.

Apart from these products the Webswell UK will also sell and support a complete range of Webswell's products including Webswell Connect, Webswell Business Hub, Webswell gasConnect or Webswell SOA Registry. The services provided comprise products support, consultancy, software development and implementing, integration and outsourcing.

The goals of new branch include penetrating the UK telecommunications software market, promoting of usage of ebXML standards in B2B communication and building of outsourcing center for Webswell's hosted solutions and services.

The Webswell UK Ltd. will complement already established Webswell's development and services centers in San Francisco, USA and Prague, Czech Republic.

About Webswell Inc., Webswell UK Ltd.

Webswell is a global integration company specialized in building ebXML, AS2, EDI and Web Services integration solutions and providing related consultancy. Webswell's mission is to help companies of any size and industry to build business integration solutions and exploit benefits of these integrations . Webswell also produces software infrastructure for SOA. For more details please visit the website at http://www.webswell.com , contact Webswell UK Ltd. at info@webswell.com or call +447796646474

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Press Release Submitted On: September 08, 2008 at 8:25 am
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