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Apr 12 2010   11:26AM GMT

Overheard talking about MultiSpeak

Margaret Rouse Margaret Rouse Profile: Margaret Rouse

MultiSpeak is a schema that establishes a set of standard interface specifications and defines data entities and their attributes. For example, the “Customer” entity has 14 attributes, including: customer first name, last name, home phone number, billing address, and customer id number.

Greg Wolven, WIN Energy: A Case Study in using MultiSpeak to Enable Best of Breed Software Selection

Today’s WhatIs.com Word of the Day is MultiSpeak.

WIN Energy chose MultiSpeak as the vehicle to enable a Best of Breed strategy and optimize the way the cooperative does business. WIN Energy can now select the various software technologies that are the best fit for the utility and, as long as the software packages are MultiSpeak compliant, they will function together regardless of software version upgrades. WIN Energy’s first MultiSpeak implementation between its accounting system, NISC’s CAPSXL+, and its automated field staking package, MiniMax’s StakeOut, was both highly successful and its first step towards a truly system-wide approach.

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