UDDI services implemented in Windows Server 2003 gives you the ability to catalog, organize, search, and utilize web services across your organization. It can be a great development support tool if you've created an organized and logical schema for the UDDI database. Since UDDI services is built into Windows Server 2003 as an optional service, the features can be integrated with Active Directory. For a large firm with extensive web services, UDDI provides a great way to organize and better utilize those services. Due to UDDI's integration with both Windows security and Active Directory, it's easy to manage the ways in which users and applications interact with your company's web services.
If your firm creates web services, you can also register your company in the Universal Business Registry. Because all companies are listed in the same manner, you'll have an equal listing with larger firms. This may help bring new business your way from anywhere in the world, creating a truly global opportunity for you.