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Quadrant Software Launches Customer Trade-Up Program
By Anshu Shrivastava, TMCnet Contributor
Quadrant Software has launched its first annual Customer Trade-Up Program, saying that it provides a path for any current Quadrant FastFax customer to migrate from its existing hardware/software combination to its new QuadraDocV, virtual fax over IP (FoIP) solution.
Noting that there are many inherent benefits to moving to a virtual infrastructure, Steve Woodard, CEO at Quadrant Software, said that with the release of QuadraDocV, the company has enabled its customers to reduce their carbon footprint even further by removing yet another “box” from their datacenters.
Powered by FastFax, QuadraDocV runs on the industry standard VMware platform. It enables organizations to take full advantage of virtualized environments to simplify infrastructure and minimize the overall carbon footprint.
Moreover, QuadraDocV features the SR140 software technology from Dialogic (News - Alert) that integrates with customers' current telephony systems. Company officials said that this eliminates the need for a physical fax card and is easily deployed in the VMware environment.
Thanks to Customer Trade-Up program, customers can now take advantage of the many benefits of virtualization, including cost and power savings and better server utilization, Woodard said, adding that in return, the environment benefits both from decreased consumption and the company’s commitment to a greener planet.
The company is offering credit to those customers that participate in the Customer Trade-Up program and upgrade to QuadraDocV or a double trade-in discount when upgrading existing FastFax hardware.
Additionally, the company has announced that returned hard drives will be recycled as appropriate and for each upgrade Quadrant Software will plant a tree in a local park or recreational area.
The customer Trade-Up Program is running now through June 15, 2012.
Quadrant Software is a provider of Document Output Management (DOM) software and solutions for the enterprise.
Edited by Rich Steeves