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Sagemcom Launches XMediusFAX Release 7.0
By Anuradha Shukla, TMCnet Contributor
Sagemcom included several new core features and enhancements in XMediusFAX release 7.0.
The IP fax server solutions provider provides Searchable PDF functionality in the new release. This is offered at no cost to its customers.
“The ability to offer the Searchable PDF feature as a part of the core solution gives us a substantial edge over the competition that usually charges a sizable premium to their customers,” said Jean Champagne, general manager, Sagemcom Canada.
Also included in the new release are web optimized enhancements (i.e. Chrome, Safari), Microsoft (News - Alert) Office 2010 64 bit support and an increasing list of independently certified telecom/IT/ECM platforms to keep the solution up-to-date and future-proof.
Sagemcom also offers key new features such as configurable time zones, barcode routing and a unique integrated SIP Trunking support capability. The company notes that this release has secured its position as an IP Fax software solutions provider across the globe.
“Like all our previous major software releases we based our features and enhancements on the feedback of our most important resource -- our partners and customers. This made it an easy decision to provide this feature to at no cost to the end user,” added Champagne.
Sagemcom operates on markets of broadband, telecom and energy, and management of documents. Jean Champagne, the company’s general manager, and John Nikolopoulos, director of marketing, recently met with TMCnet at Cisco (News - Alert) Live in San Diego. They talked about the company’s coming cloud-based fax solution and the dynamism that remains in the fax space.
To find out more about SAGEMCOM, visit the company at ITEXPO West 2012. To be held Oct. 2-5 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, TX, ITEXPO (News - Alert) is the world’s largest communications and technology event. Visit SAGEMCOM in booth # 414. For more information on ITEXPO West 2012, click here.
Edited by Rich Steeves