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Jun 7, 2024

Get your Fax Straight: Modern Solutions for Traditional Business Communications

Sponsored Content provided by Madison Howard - Marketing Team Leader, Systel Business Equipment

For more than six decades, fax machines have enabled businesses all over the world to send and receive important documents safely and securely. During this time, technology and business needs have evolved, and ultimately transformed the volume and frequency at which businesses need to communicate. While email has become the “go-to” communication channel for many people in recent years, others are sticking to what they know and trust: tried and true traditional faxing systems.

But what if we told you that fax systems are not as outdated as you think? In fact, it is quite common among healthcare professionals, as well as other industries that are responsible for confidentially transmitting personal information such as legal firms, insurance companies and more. At this point, we (probably) know what you’re probably thinking – “faxing is not nearly as modern as email, there’s no way it could possibly be that secure.” Except, it actually is. 

Let’s Get the Fax Straight:

Businesses have been faxing for several decades; it is a trusted method of communication between businesses and their customers, and it still is today. Over the years, fax solutions have become more flexible to accommodate modern needs. Electronic faxing solutions can integrate with email to provide secure transmission and mobile accessibility that streamline communication workflows by enabling users to send and receive faxes over the internet, eliminating the need for traditional fax lines. 

Businesses can now experience the best of both worlds when it comes to their preferred secure communication methods. With electronic faxing you can experience:

  • Cost savings due to reduced reliance on physical infrastructure
  • Increased efficiency with faster document exchange
  • Improved accessibility for remote workers
  • Compliance with industry regulations (audit trails and legal requirements ensured)
  • Environmentally friendly alternative to traditional faxing

At Systel, we understand the importance of reliable and efficient communication tools. With more than 40 years of experience in our industry, we are committed to helping you transition to the right electronic faxing solution for your business, ensuring minimal disruption and maximum benefit. Contact us today or visit us online at systeloa.com/electronic-faxing to learn more about our fax solutions and find the right fit for your business!

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