To enables its users to send and receive faxes directly from their e-mail clients, GFI Software has launched new network fax server software called GFI FaxMaker 201x 1.
GFI FaxMaker is an ideal solution for users to quickly and easily send, receive and manage fax communications from their desktops. These communications can be composed on a word processor (or other application) or created via e-mail. This way, the end-to-end fax communication process becomes shorter, more efficient and better organized.
The new fax server solution offers full support for Fax Over IP (FoIP) concept and is designed particularly for SMEs, allowing them to follow paperless faxing directly from a user’s e-mail client. This solution even features automatic inbound routing, which helps sends faxes directly to the recipient’s desktop, eliminating the risk of being discarded or read by an unintended recipient.
“With a compound growth rate of 15.2 percent, the computer-based fax market is far from on its knees. Faxing remains an important technology for many organizations in vertical markets and we continue to register excellent growth in the fax server market. With GFI FaxMaker 2011 we are giving customers the functionality and feature enhancements they require to increase efficiency and also comply with regulations and industry standards such as HIPAA,” Walter Scott, CEO, said.
GFI FaxMaker is also suitable for healthcare organizations as it supports HIPAA and other compliance regulations when dealing with fax-based communications with insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies and other hospitals. Medical professionals can easily attach the solution to their notebook computers to aid in communications in a highly mobile work environment.
GFI has offices in the U.S., U.K., Austria, Australia, Malta, Hong Kong, Philippines and Romania, which together support hundreds of thousands of installations worldwide. GFI is a channel-focused company with thousands of partners throughout the world and is also a Microsoft (News - Alert) Gold ISV Partner.
Edited by Rich Steeves