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FaxCore network fax software is designed to track, document, manage and deliver fax traffic over enterprise networks of any size. Features include: Automatic Archiving - Incoming faxes are immediately stored, indexed and can be retrieved with any web browser as JPEG, GIF, PDF or TIFF files; Fax Tracking - Tracks incoming and outgoing faxes for arrival confirmation, time of delivery, undeliverable notification, alternate fax numbers, transmission replay and much more; Fax-enable Applications - Leveraging our .NET architecture and Software Developer Kit, IT professionals can easily fax-enable CRM, ERP, Exchange, e-mail, and office productivity software; Track Telecom Billing - saves the billing attributes of every transmission, telling you exactly what the phone company is billing you for fax traffic; Native .NET Design - FaxCore is built on Microsoft’s next generation .NET platform; BrookTrout Advantage - FaxCore software is built for Brooktrout’s TR1034 and TR114 fax boards.
"FaxCore is great for me" - A Shriver [September 13, 2003]
3 key advantages of FaxCore that strike me - the browser-based (client-less) feature makes it great for mobility -- remote access while our workers are on the road and only able to access certain HQ office systems via web access; its .NET architecture future-proofs it for our organisation; its toolkit ability to easily fax-enable both MS Office applications as well as our heavier back-office apps like SAP (ERP) and Siebel (CRM) software. Two other advantages are it ability to log tranmission data and billing info, so we can recharge cost to other internal departments or clients.
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