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eFax Corporate

eFax Corporate is the world leader in digital faxing providing solutions for small and medium businesses and large enterprise companies since 1995. eFax services 11+ million customers worldwide, and nearly 50% of FORTUNE 500 companies depend on eFax for its communications today. Cost-effective Faxing - eFax Corporate provides a cost-effective alternative to fax machines and in-house fax servers, which enables employees to send and receive faxes by email. Our secure-faxing technology is 100% paperless, eliminates the need for standalone fax machines and phone lines, and requires no fax servers, software or dedicated IT resources. Enhanced Productivity - Ideal for companies with high volume-faxing, remote staff and mobile sales professionals, eFax makes it easier for businesses to send and receive faxes. Reliable and Secure Fax Network - The eFax global network is protected by patented firewall, redundancy and security technologies, ensuring a 99.5% uptime.

Our Website: http://www.efaxcorporate.com


Latest Content From eFax Corporate

Whitepaper: Forest of Paper Faxes

by eFax CorporateFeb 08, 2013

Cost, clutter and loss of productivity associated with traditional faxing are just a few of the problems facing companies that still use a fax machine today. Fortunately, there are several ways to tackle the traditional fax problem without spending big money. Thanks to new technology, receiving or sending a fax can be as easy as the click of a mouse. After all, you don't expect your employees to go to the printer to get their emails. So why should they wait for a fax?


Whitepaper: Moving Business Communication to the Cloud

by eFax CorporateFeb 08, 2013

Cost, clutter and loss of productivity associated with traditional faxing are just a few of the problems facing companies that still use a fax machine today. Fortunately, there are several ways to tackle the traditional fax problem without spending big money.

Thanks to cloud technology, receiving or sending a fax can be as easy as the click of a mouse. After all, you don't expect your employees to go to the printer to get their emails. So why should they wait for a fax?