While it might be self-serving to say, TMC knows how to pick ‘em. In this case, FaxCore Inc’s FaxCore Evolution eV5 has been selected as its 2012 Unified Communications (News - Alert) Product of the Year Award recipient.
The 2012 Unified Communications Product of the Year Award is sponsored by INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine, with the winners recently announced in the 2013 issue. Winners are chosen based upon their quality and excellence, as well as the market needs they address. FaxCore (News - Alert) Evolution eV5 has proven itself in all those regards, and will continue to do so in the years to come.
With the FaxCore Evolution eV5, businesses can fully automate their fax operations with other applications. It’s a server application that maintains compliance with government regulatory rules, as well as an organization’s own policies, providing high security and complete tracking of any and all fax communications.
“We are focused on helping business customers incorporate new technology easily and cost-effectively to uncover new possibilities for getting more out of their communications infrastructure” said Tom Linhard, president of FaxCore. “We are extremely pleased to be recognized by TMC (News - Alert) for our approach in integrating FaxCore with numerous voice, data, messaging and hybrid communications solutions.”
“The editors from INTERNET TELEPHONY are pleased to grant a Unified Communications Product of the Year Award to FaxCore, Inc. for FaxCore Evolution eV5 said Rich Tehrani, CEO of TMC. “FaxCore has proven they are committed to quality and excellence while addressing real needs in the marketplace. We look forward to seeing continued advancement in technology solutions from FaxCore in the future.”
So congratulations to FaxCore, this is an award that is well earned. The FaxCore Evolution eV5 is an excellent application for making faxes quick, secure, and compliant with all rules and policies, even in an age of electronic messaging. After all, faxing is still important for many industries and sectors, including government and healthcare, so it’s important to make faxing just as simple, effective, and advanced as any other communication tool we use today.
Edited by Brooke Neuman