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|July 24, 2014 02:13 PM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/24/14 -- Technology continues to improve in all facets of business. Old mediums such as landline phones have now made way for the much easier to use VoIP services. Still, with all of the changes being made, faxing is a medium that is still needed and used in every day business. The problem with faxing is that it is slow, inconsistent and most of the time a nuisance for the people involved.
VoIP fax providers are on top of the technology movement as well. They realized how outdated the process was and they have made great strides in being able to take the pain out of faxing back and forth. Many providers offer services that allow for faxes to be sent at the push of a button, electronically, or even remotely. This speeds up the process and makes the whole act of faxing more efficient. The need to fax will always be there as some very important documents need to be sent and received in a timely manner, so a VoIP fax provider can really help a business in getting that accomplished and for a very low rate.
Experts at Voip-Catalog.com took a look at the VoIP fax providers on the market and recently determined the three that offer the best for a business. The experts scouted pricing, ease of installation, additional features, customer satisfaction and more. Below are the three that they decided could help a business the most:
Faxage is one of the most trusted VoIP fax providers on the market. Their services are extensive, secure and their customers rank them among the highest in customer satisfaction. Faxage offers packages for individuals, businesses and plans based on pure volume. Signing up with Faxage is easy and the system is very easy to navigate. One of the best features offered is the ability to send and receive faxes via an online portal or via email. Their rates are low and their services are suitable for businesses of all sizes.
RingCentral offers great products and services for businesses. Their faxing packages are no different. RingCentral allows for users to receive faxes as emails through a secure connection, sign faxes electronically, pull detailed fax logs, get notifications when a fax has been received via a mobile device and much more. RingCentral can make faxing simple and fun for a user.
Popfax allows for a business to keep their existing fax number as well as many other great features. There is expensive software needed to install and users can use a browser or email to send a fax. Popfax also can turn a Smartphone into a fax machine. It is easy to send faxes via their mobile site or software which makes faxing on-the-go simple.
Individuals or businesses that are in the market for a new fax system should consider the above providers for their faxing needs. Those that are interested in learning more about VoIP faxing or VoIP fax providers should visit: http://www.voip-catalog.com/voip_services_fax-over-ip-(foip)_1.html.
Voip-Catalog is an authority VoIP Provider site that offers comparison tools to help businesses and residences to help find the best VoIP Provider for them.
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