Company looks to capitalize on free XML tool | CNET "Vienna-based Altova makes an array of developer tools for working with XML, the fast-spreading standard for exchanging data between disparate computing systems.

But the company also gives away a full-fledged authoring application that enables nondevelopers to create XML documents. Altova's Authentic software--which has been downloaded by more than 500,000 users--dresses up raw XML with a slick interface that makes unwieldy chunks of code look like a spreadsheet or a word-processing document."

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