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Subject: [announce] OASIS Member News: XML Global Technologies and iWaySoftware Unveil XTS - an XML Integration Server

          XML Global Technologies and iWay Software Unveil XTS -
                     an XML Integration Server
XTS will Reduce the Time, Cost, and Complexity of Any-to-Any Enterprise

Vancouver, BC, November 13th, 2001 - XML Global Technologies, Inc. (OTC BB:
XMLG), an XML middleware company, and iWay Software, an Information Builders
Company that accelerates business integration, announced the general
availability of XTS, an XML Transformation Server. This groundbreaking
product is designed to lower the implementation and maintenance cost of
enterprise integration and improve integration-related project delivery
schedules by at least 50 percent.

"XTS is a major step forward in solving the real time complexities of
enterprise integration," said Peter Shandro, CEO of XML Global Technologies.
"By enabling XTS, organizations will be able to dramatically reduce the
time, cost and business risk previously associated with enterprise
integration projects."

Jointly developed between XML Global Technologies, Inc. and iWay Software,
XTS is a lightweight, low-cost integration server that enables businesses to
link B2B or A2A systems together in real time utilizing XML for message
transport and enhancement between systems. XTS's easy-to-use Transformation
Workbench enables implementers, with virtually no integration experience, to
create the sophisticated message transformations necessary to enable systems
to collaborate through iWay Intelligent Adapters, without custom code,
Java(TM) Components, or proprietary scripting languages. Additionally, the
XTS Transformation Workbench provides over 3,000 predefined templates that
accelerate the ability of implementers to link EDI feeds, HIPAA exchanges,
e- business exchanges, and packaged applications with each other and other
enterprise information assets.

"Today, customers are struggling with relatively straightforward integration
problems such as enabling a MySAP.com e-commerce implementation to
collaborate with a Siebel Call Center application and a 'home-grown' CICS
inventory system," said David Watson, director of product management for
iWay Software.

Integration brokers from many vendors could solve such problems, but they
are very expensive and typically require a lot of complex, custom code. XTS
solves this problem quickly and easily at less than half the cost of an
integration broker, and completely eliminates the need for custom code.

XTS is a part of iWay Software's v5.1 family of integration software that
allows businesses to build a comprehensive and durable infrastructure using
prefabricated middleware products. These primary products - XML
Transformation Server (XTS), Enterprise Integration Broker (EIB), and ETL
Manager - are integration servers that centralize and coordinate real-time,
near real-time, and scheduled activities between collaborating information
resources. iWay integration servers then utilize v5.1's substantially
expanded suite of Intelligent Adapter products to link to more than 140
widely disparate information resources, without writing custom code.

About iWay Software
iWay Software, an Information Builders company, is a market leader in
middleware that accelerates business integration. With facilities to
integrate systems in real time, near real time, or on a scheduled basis,
iWay provides a complete reusable infrastructure for EAI, B2B, e-commerce,
and mobile business. iWay's experience with complex information systems led
to the development of prepackaged Intelligent Adapters to connect to over
140 packaged applications, transaction systems, legacy data, relational
databases, and e-business formats, without writing custom code. iWay
Software integration solutions significantly reduce the time, cost, effort,
and risk of integration projects throughout the enterprise. For more
information about iWay software, visit www.iWaysoftware.com.

About XML Global Technologies, Inc.
XML Global Technologies, Inc. is an XML middleware company focused on
providing a methodical approach to the adoption of XML-based solutions. The
Company's GoXML(tm) Transform product line provides a family of three
complementary solutions based on a patented XML-centric data transformation
* Foundation includes mapping capabilities, automatic document recognition,
  EDI (electronic data interchange) transaction support, and a native XML
* Server extends Foundation's capabilities with workflow control. It
  provides connectors to backend systems, queuing, scheduling, and recovery
  and offers plug-ins for IBM's MQSeries.
* Central broadens the capabilities of transformation solutions to Web
  service environments and allows them to integrate metadata registries.
The GoXML(tm) Transform product line allows a controlled transition to XML
by offering modular and open systems solutions that complement existing
applications and infrastructure.

The Company is an active member of the ebXML, UDDI, OAG and OASIS standards
initiatives. Founded in May 1999, XML Global has its US headquarters in New
York, NY, and a research and development office in Vancouver, BC. To find
out more about XML Global Technologies (OBB: XMLG), visit our website at

PR Contact Information
Contact    	Anthony Dutton
		Director of Corporate Communications
Phone	     	1-604-717-1100 ext.112
		1-800-201-1848 ext.112
Fax	   	1-604-717-1107
Email	     	anthony.dutton@xmlglobal.com
Web	   	www.xmlglobal.com

Forward Looking Statements
All statements are based on XML Global Technologies, Inc.'s current
knowledge and specific assumptions with respect to future business
decisions. The actual results of XML Global Technologies, Inc. may differ
materially from those indicated by these forward looking statements as a
result of various important factors, including, but not limited to, those
discussed in the Risk Factors section of XML Global Technologies' recent
registration document, SB-2/A, which is on file with the Securities and
Exchange Commission.

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