Fenestrae Faxination Server 2013 makes fax machines obsolete
With IT cost optimization still high on the agenda, many organizations overlook the opportunity to save on their fax related IT cost. Mostly this is because many IT departments are not aware of the widespread use of fax within key business processes.
Contrary to popular believe, fax is still mission critical to many organizations. Typical heavy users are international commerce and regulated industries such as healthcare. A recent study at a mid-size hospital showed that they process over 300,000 faxes per annum.
The bulk of this traffic is sent by traditional fax machines or early generation fax servers. While fax machines are very inefficient and insecure, early generation fax servers have very high IT maintenance cost. Because these departmental systems typically operate outside the view of the IT department, the opportunity to save money is overlooked.
With 3rd generation fax servers such as Fenestrae Faxination Server 2013, it is now possible to consolidate all companywide fax traffic into the data center and basically make all fax machines and early generation fax servers obsolete. This reduces both IT and compliancy cost.
Over 1000 organizations in more than 40 countries, e.g. Vodafone,
Fenestrae, founded in 1990, is a global provider of innovative solutions that help organizations improve agility and reduce costs by eliminating paper from key business processes. Fenestrae's suite of flagship products consists of Udocx(R) and the Faxination(R) Server. The company has offices in
About Fenestrae Faxination(R) Server
Fenestrae Faxination(R) Server is a highly scalable and secure on-premise fax solution that enables customers to consolidate all their fax traffic in their data center. With out-of-the-box integration with email systems, enterprise applications and multifunction printers it completely eliminates the need for fax machines and the manual processing of faxes.
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