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Socket's New IP Fax to E-mail Solution to Benefit Missouri Businesses
By Mini Swamy, TMCnet Contributor
Do you want to say goodbye to those cumbersome fax machines and never have to worry about printing or running out of ink? Well, Socket, a Missouri-based telephone and Internet provider, has good news for its customers with the release of a new IP fax to e-mail service.
With this service, there is the flexibility to send and receive faxes from anywhere, even from a mobile device without having to worry about the non availability of a local number, according to company officials.
Whenever users want to send faxes electronically, all they need to do is to upload the necessary files to the Socket website. Incoming faxes are directly routed into the inbox and don't remain on the fax machine for all to read. This helps in ensuring that customer information is private, especially when sensitive information is faxed.
Many departments can share the same fax number and copies of all outgoing faxes can be sent to a designated e-mail address. Users can go green by printing only what is actually required.
In addition, the IP fax to e-mail service saves employee time and money as faxes don't have to be repeated. With mobile access faxing now possible, it becomes easier still as employees on the go can send and receive faxes whenever and wherever they are.
"By sending and receiving faxes electronically, businesses can eliminate expensive hardware and save on paper, ink and maintenance costs," said Carson Coffman, president and chief operating officer at Socket in a statement, and added, "This really is the future of faxing."
Edited by Rich Steeves