Popfax, the global leader providing Internet fax services, launches new features for 2010 to increase customers' productivity.
Online PR News – 05-February-2010 – – Popfax.com, the leading global provider of Internet fax services, is happy to announce a set of tools and features than shall increase Popfax customers’ productivity:
1.Cover page – a feature to personalize user’s faxes with their company logo and address. The feature is available for all users and the rate per page is the same as for regular fax pages.
2.Fax mail merge – an option to fax customized documents to hundreds of destinations. Customer’s documents can include as many merge-fields of information as they want, allowing them to create individually personalized faxes, and to automate repetitive document production tasks.
3.OCR fax indexing – all incoming Internet faxes are now provided as indexable PDF files. This means that customers can search for any content in their fax files using any document management system.
4.Registered fax – a feature that consists in sending an electronic document by fax where both the content is certified and the delivery to the recipient is guaranteed. It serves the purpose of creating legal evidence that unalterable information has been shared between the sender and the receiver of the registered fax.
5.Popcompanion - a desktop application that runs minimized and in the background to receive and send faxes through Popfax.com API. It is another window to the customer’s Popfax.com account and it is designed to run on Linux, OSX and Windows.
6.Popfax – printer driver – the driver that prints documents edited from within any desktop application to any fax worldwide, and that is now compatible with Windows 7.
Popfax.com is a leading global provider of Internet fax services. It allows end-users to send and receive faxes using a web interface, an e-mail client, a desktop client or a printer driver which can be installed on a desktop computer.
Integrated to front or back office applications, it allows the carrying out of transactional tasks via fax.