Midran Ltd history of working with electronic standards goes back to 2006 when its founders started working on the definition of standard ways to communicate information between systems. Our work started in regional and national initiatives in the Nordic countries with NES and in Spain with CODICE but then continuing with on European and international level.
Midran aim has been always the pragmatic implementation standards. Rather than approaching standardization as a consulting or research exercise Midran aim is to provide tools and solutions for easy implementation as a way to move towards a more efficient society, bringing the benefits of the electronic business to every single company: From large enterprises to SMEs.
The existence of standards is not enough to achieve massive interoperability: We have realized that the implementation of the same standard by different teams can diverge and end-up creating non-interoperable implementations, causing a huge cost to implementers.
This is the main reason why in 2013 we founded Midran Ltd and its validation tool Validex.net. We wanted to provide a tool to allow everyone to ensure he is creating correct electronic documents. Documents that will be interoperable according to the specifications from the standardization bodies.
With Validex.net, developers of ERP systems, network operators, standardization organizations or service providers can ensure that their implementations comply with the referenced standards. And it is as easy as dragging an XML instance and dropping it into the web tool to get a report with the errors, if any.
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Midran Ltd is an UK company located in Reading, maybe because it is half way between Reykjavik and Barcelona, the hometown of the founders.
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