Another standard for data interoperability is the OAGIS  from the Open Applications Group.
 Open Applications Group (OAGi) Open Application Group's Integration Specification (OAGIS).
In December of 2005, The Open Applications Group (OAGi) and ISA announced their intent to work together to minimize redundancy and converge their work.
In March of this year ISA, MIMOSA, OAGi, OPC, and WBF took the next step in this convergence, announcing the creation of the Manufacturing Interoperability Guideline Working Group, whose task is to develop "an industry guideline that defines generic business process models between the operations management and business layers of the manufacturing support system." The guideline, says the ARC Advisory Group, would be useable by process, discrete, and hybrid manufacturers, and "will facilitate development of reusable integration software components for processes in the form of Web services in an open standard XML."
That is a set of electronic protocols that encloses a message much like a paper envelope does a letter in addition, Covinst will use the OAGIS
standards for the "letter" in the electronic envelope.
Scribe Integrate 3.0 also provides support for standard document formats from Microsoft BizTalk, RosettaNet and Oagis
In the ERP and SCM areas, the Open Application Group Integration Specifications (OAGIS
) , developed under the auspices of a number of ERP vendors, are representative of integration based on XML.