Gregg Zastrow, Senior Manager for Programs & Partnerships
Businesses today are using emails, smartphones, and several other digital forms to send or receive information much more than they use faxes. Although faxes are used only in small number to send or receive information, its importance is still high. A reliable solution is needed to handle the data traffic that occurs while faxing. The industries such as pharmaceuticals, healthcare, and government bodies only accept the hard copies of legal documents where faxes play an important role. Cloud-faxing software offers an accurate method of document transmission ensuring authenticity. Cloud faxing is much quicker than email.
Multi- Tech Systems, Inc., is a leading global manufacturer of M2M and IoT communication devices. They design, develop, and manufacture the devices used for communication. The company serves a number of industries such as energy, healthcare, and agriculture with its IoT equipment.
On December 6, 2018, Multi-Tech Systems announced FaxFinder® as an independent brand for the data communication between IoT equipment. Also, Faxfinder cloud offers secure transmission of the documents, especially in the healthcare industry.
FaxFinder offers secured faxing. Faxing now does not require hardware and telephony. FaxFinder Cloud offers the same capability and functionality on the online faxing where it utilizes the on-premise software, which acts as a server for faxing. Inbound faxes are sent to the recipient’s email or web browser inbox where faxes are sent via a web browser, email client, or print driver. Users can fax a hard copy using multifunction printers. Depending on the plan, the cost of faxing is very effective. Fax solutions expand the business potential while remaining profitable where the content is secured from unauthorized users. Overall, the Faxfinder business benefits several departments including sales, marketing, development, and support.
Cloud faxing combines digital technology with faxing where software on a computer or smart device makes it possible. It enables digital documents to be edited using touch screens or e-signature to include genuine signatures required for many business processes. The cameras or scanners can be used for the creation of a digital version of a document to be sent. This file can then be sent to other cloud fax services or fax machines in an old style. Faxing using cloud reduces the waste of resources and simultaneously, maintains maximum business connectivity. There is no longer a need for a fax machine to send faxes, but faxing can still be a crucial part of business strategy.