IT EXPO — FaxBack, a provider of VoIP fax server solutions for business, enterprise and carrier applications, is introducing a new partner program designed to help telecom equipment makers and service providers add Microsoft Fax capabilities into their VoIP telecom offerings, for free.
FaxBack says until it released its certified VoIP plug-in, Microsoft’s analog fax technology required users to connect to a PBX via modem. But now, FaxBack’s VoIP plug-in brings Microsoft’s fax client into the VoIP realm, enabling SMB and enterprise customers to combine the simplicity of Microsoft Fax, with the cost savings of VoIP, according to the company.
FaxBack’s Microsoft Fax Partner Program is targeted toward three segments of the IP communications industry:
By giving the Microsoft VoIP Fax Plug-in away for free, FaxBack says it adds value to its partners by helping them extend their offerings with reliable VoIP-fax capabilities that enable their end users to send, receive, print and manage faxes directly from their desktop. For end users that require more advanced functionality, FaxBack has also introduced a migration path to its NET SatisFAXtion VoIP Fax Server offering.