etherFAX, which enables cloud-based fax services such as Fax over IP (FoIP), announced that Global Airtech, a worldwide distributor of airline parts and services, has selected FaxCore (News - Alert) and etherFAX cloud services to manage its business-critical fax communications.
Global Airtech is utilizing FaxCore, the enterprise fax software, with etherFAX to send and receive thousands of fax orders each month from its aviation customers.
etherFAX hosted infrastructure model enables companies to leverage existing fax server solutions to launch advanced Fax over IP services in the cloud. Because the service leverages Internet to manage all business-critical fax communications, it eliminates the need for costly network fax systems.
Prior to selecting FaxCore, Global Airtech used RightFAX but relied on traditional telephony infrastructure, which was costly. The company chose FaxCore to replace RightFAX. With etherFAX cloud infrastructure, the company is able leverage Fax over IP services, saving significantly on capital investment while improving fax communications across their order processing.
“Prior to FaxCore and etherFAX, technical issues would require contacting my reseller, telecom provider, and internal resources such as my phone team and network administrator,” said Rodney Chiamulon, CEO of Global Airtech, in a statement. “FaxCore and etherFAX eliminated situations like this and provided a cost-effective solution that was easy to implement.”
etherFAX integrated FaxCore with Global Airtech’s internal systems by creating a PERL front-end to its .NET (News - Alert) SDK. The process enabled Global Airtech to leverage existing applications and processes, and seamlessly integrate FaxCore into their business operations to bring a seamless Fax over IP communications infrastructure.
“In addition to FaxCore, etherFAX is compatible with almost all fax applications, giving enterprises such as Global Airtech the flexibility to leverage their existing technology investment,” said Paul Banco, chief executive officer at etherFAX, in a statement.
etherFAX acts as virtual ports enabling fax servers to securely send and receive high volumes of faxes via the cloud instead of traditional PSTN infrastructure, Banco added.
Earlier in August, etherFAX announced it had been selected by Flood & Peterson, a leading insurance broker in Rocky Mountain region. The company chose etherFAX to deliver virtualized fax over IP solution and replace the RightFax fax server which it was using earlier.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell