April 10, 2012
Webinar - Fax and How it Can Help Streamline Business Operations
By Jamie Epstein, TMCnet Web Editor
A large amount of companies today leverage fax communications, and the ability to utilize these fax capabilities in order to send and receive highly important documents such as sales orders, invoices, purchase orders and contracts is extremely important. However, standalone fax machines, MFPs and fax servers that use traditional landlines do not encompass the ultra high level of security that is needed to keep these confidential documents safe from landing in the wrong hands.
Luckily, newly released fax solutions that boast the ability to support increasingly popular trends including IP communication, virtualization, cloud computing and application integration allow for business-to-business communications to be radically improved. Further, organizations can see increased operational flexibility and efficiency.
With these improved fax capabilities, businesses can easily adhere to service level agreements, as well as gain access to valuable business information through leveraging predictive analytics, data mining and other measurable metrics. In addition, expenses can be cut down as resources such as paper can be spared.
In an upcoming webinar called “Legacy Fax into Modern Business Intelligence” that is slated to take place on Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. EDT, attendees will walk away with the knowledge needed to comprehend: what legal liabilities are entailed when sending and receiving faxes through email as how this relates to eDiscovery; how fax offers organizations of all sizes a competitive advantage to drive business intelligence; and why Fax over IP is continuing to be used much more frequently.
IT decision makers, IT consultants, business analysts, and application solution providers are strongly encouraged to take part in this not-to-miss event.
Scott Riley, co-founder of AllAboutFoIP.com will be joined by Chris Schultz, president of Satori Solutions and Ben Edwards, manager at Dell (News - Alert) to offer their large amount of combined expertise to participants about where the world of Fax over IP is headed in the near future.
To register, click here.
Edited by Rich Steeves