Pbxnsip, a company specializing in SIP-based IP PBX (News - Alert) software for Microsoft Windows, MAC and Linux environments, reportedly announced that it is now fully interoperable with FaxBack’s NET (News - Alert) SatisFAXtion VoIP fax server product line and their Free VoIP Plug-in for Microsoft Fax offering.
Fax messaging company, FaxBack (News - Alert) has been serving the industry through its VoIP fax solutions for SMB, enterprise and carrier applications. Company officials said that customers’ demand for comprehensive T.38 platform support for fax was a prime factor for initiating this new FaxBack interoperability and compatibility integration.
“The response we're seeing across the SMB and enterprise marketplace to NET SatisFAXtion and our new Fax VoIP Plug-in is tremendous, because it turns one of the last hurdles for adopting a new VoIP phone system - reliable VoIP-Fax - into a simple convenience that improves productivity and saves money,” said Quentin Dible, vice president of Operations for FaxBack, in a statement “Pbxnsip is one of the clear leaders in the SMB VoIP space, and we're thrilled to work with them to share our VoIP-fax capabilities with their user base.”
Combining pbxnsip (News - Alert) with FaxBack’s NET SatisFAXtion fax server has enabled customers to cost effectively migrate to Fax-over-IP, gain flexible integration options, and eliminate the need to purchase and maintain premise based VoIP gateways or dedicated fax hardware. pbxnsip uses its own next generation technology to efficiently pass through the fax transmission.
FaxBack’s NET SatisFAXtion fax server fully supports fax machines, offering complete fax-machine-to-fax-server integration; extending all fax server capabilities and benefits to individual fax machines -by making the fax machine a direct client of the fax server. Fax images are fully archived logged and tracked and may be routed into business workflows and document management systems. This, according to the company official, extends the usefulness of existing fax machine assets and facilitates regulatory compliance requirements like HIPAA, Sarbanes–Oxley, and corporate document governance requirements.
Moreover, FaxBack’s free VoIP Plug-in for Microsoft Fax is said to allow pbxnsip customers to use “Windows Fax and Scan” along with their pbxnsip solution. With this, desktop users can gain core print-to-fax functionality and the ability to send, receive and archive faxes from the desktop, said the company official.
“I'm very happy to announce the interoperability success with FaxBack’s NET SatisFAXtion fax server product line. It hasn’t been easy finding the right product to compliment pbxnsip T.38 support but I feel that we have been very lucky in finding such a high caliber of product with FaxBack,” said Kevin Moroz (News - Alert), chief operating officer at pbxnsip, in statement.
Moroz also said that this integration has positioned the company to be much better equipped to handle the next steps of its plans to expand into other areas.
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Edited by Amy Tierney