Transitioning from a physical hard wired world to a virtual IP environment has been taking place for some years.
Taking it one step further, companies that are building or expanding their IP infrastructures can benefit from the consolidation of voice, fax, and data on a single, common resource. The result is significant cost savings, reduced administrative time, and increased security and compliance.
Moving to Fax over IP (FoIP) can greatly improve the business case for VoIP, as the benefits are an exact ‘analogue’ of those for Voice over IP.
Fax is still the most reliable point to point document delivery solution there is.
Looking at the old fax estate in many organisations, and you will see
IP Fax is a virtual fax server, serving multiple locations centrally, linking the desktop with the outside world for inbound and outbound fax.
An IP Fax Server is an on-ramp for those paper documents people wander around with in their hand, and fax enabled multi-function devices start the flow of ‘paper to electronic’ rather than the other way round.
How many faxes are printed before people scan them?
The OpenText RightFax Fax over IP server includes built in and automatic scanning and routing for ProcessFlows’ OCR solutions, and once things are electronic, it is straightforward to automate information flow around the building.
Experience: The market-leading fax server with thousands of installations worldwide has been continually developed over the last 32 years
Flexibility: The ability to support IP and fixed telephony environments for peace of mind
Migration path: IP ready, means companies not ready for fax over IP can still generate the ROI
Partnerships with IP Telephony Vendors: Certified integrations with Alcatel, Avaya, Cisco, Dialogic, Nortel and others
Fax Integration for [Unified Messaging and Communications]: Direct inbound delivery to email (MS Outlook, IBM/Lotus Notes, SMTP) for mobile workers with smartphones
Integrations with business applications and MFPs: RightFax has certified integrations with leading business applications, including Microsoft, Oracle, and SAP, and MFP vendors. Such tight integrations ensure OpenText solutions can be leveraged across the organisation to streamline document delivery, improve productivity, and reduce costs.
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