A Desktop Fax Client to Send and Receive Faxes
Both Biscom's hosted fax service and onsite fax servers integrate into existing office management software systems to make sending, receiving, and managing your faxes easier.
Sending and receiving faxes works like sending email. You can use a browser or email client to create a fax and add attachments just as you would with an email. Attachments in a wide range of popular business file formats are automatically converted to the right file type for fax transmission.
Received faxes show up in your inbox the same as regular email. Attached files appear as searchable PDFs and can be altered, forwarded, and resent to other users just like an email, without ever creating a hard copy.
You can use custom applications with the Biscom fax service, as well. Biscom servers and hosted service use a .NET API to integrate applications that you design yourself. You can also set up a rules-based system to manage incoming faxes with Biscom's Advanced Fax Routing (AFR)system.
Both Biscom's onsite fax servers and hosted fax services offer the same level of software integration. Whichever option you choose, you'll still be able to send and receive faxes from your desktop computer. You can also choose to use a Fax over IP system with Biscom's fax servers, which can reduce hardware costs as well as provide fax service at reduced cost per fax,while still using the same desktop management systems.
Biscom's Desktop Fax Client Makes Administration Easier
Administration is easier with Biscom's fax services. You can use your desktop computer to add or remove users, change user privileges, track faxes, and keep track of billing. Biscom's fax server software integrates with eDirectory, AD, and LDAP directory services.
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