etherFAX, a provider of Infrastructure as a Service solutions that extend existing fax server technology to the cloud, announced that Global Airtech, a worldwide distributor of airline parts and services, has selected FaxCore (News - Alert) and etherFAX to manage its business-critical fax communications.
FaxCore delivers fax server solutions for enterprise organizations, telecoms, Software as a Service (SaaS (News - Alert)) and specialized ASP providers. etherFAX is interoperable with FaxCore as well as other leading fax applications to give enterprises the flexibility to leverage their existing fax investment.
By leveraging FaxCore with etherFAX’s Infrastructure as a Service solutions, Global Airtech is now able to send and receive thousands of fax orders each month from its aviation customers. The cloud-based service has helped the aviation company make significant cost savings and improved scalability.
The new cloud-based fax communications helps Global Airtech carry out its order processing, while expanding its fax infrastructure, company officials said.
“The model is by far the best I have seen,” said Rodney Chiamulon, CEO of Global Airtech, in a statement. “I can truly say for the first time I have one place to go to for all my faxing needs. 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.”
Chiamulon added that FaxCore and etherFAX helped the company eliminate these hurdles and provided a cost-effective solution that was easy to implement.
In the words of Paul Banco, chief executive officer at etherFAX, “etherFAX simply serves as virtual ports enabling fax servers to securely send and receive high volumes of faxes via the cloud instead of traditional PSTN infrastructure.”
etherFAX’s patent-pending technology leverages the Internet to manage all business-critical fax communications, so it eliminates the need for costly components of a fax server, fax board, and recurring telephony expenses.
To integrate FaxCore with Global Airtech’s internal systems, FaxCore created a PERL front-end to its .NET (News - Alert) SDK. This enabled Global Airtech to leverage existing applications and processes, and seamlessly integrate FaxCore into their business operations.
etherFAX recently announced that the Infrastructure as a Service company now supports Dialogic (News - Alert) Brooktrout fax drivers. The fax drivers will allow third-party fax server solutions and applications to utilize etherFAX’s hosted telephony infrastructure to manage FoIP communications from the cloud, according to company officials. Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Carrie Schmelkin