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The Best VoIP Fax Providers for 2014, According to Voip-Catalog.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/07/14 -- Although faxing seems like it might be a technology that is outdated, it still is relevant in business to business interactions. However, the traditional ways of faxing are just too slow to keep up with today's technological world. Luckily there are VoIP fax providers that have made the process much more simple and fast. VoIP fax providers allow for most faxing to be done via the web or email. This eliminates many of the problems that can come with standard fax methods. Server errors, long wait times, connection lulls and more can all occur, but with VoIP faxing, all of those situations can be avoided.

VoIP fax providers know what is wrong with the traditional systems and they made necessary and innovative upgrades. Many providers permit users to receive faxes via email and send notifications when a fax has arrived. This method doesn't waste as much time as it normally would. This means that a user does not have to continue to get up to check and see if a fax has arrived or not.

Knowing which VoIP fax provider to choose for a business can be a little tricky. There are many great carriers that offer a wide range of services. Our experts at Voip-Catalog.com recently discussed and decided on the best VoIP fax providers for 2014. They researched the providers customer reviews, their price, features and much more. Here are the best that they came up with:

RingCental

RingCentral's service for VoIP faxing is rated very high among their customers. RingCentral has continued to prove over and over that their products provide the necessary tools for businesses to be successful. Their fax packages have competitive rates and the service itself is very user friendly. RingCentral offers great features that come standard with VoIP fax as well. Mobile alerts, the ability to sign contracts electronically, sending and receiving faxes as emails and more are available. RingCentral's customer service team is readily available to assist their clients in any capacity needed. The company has some of the best products on the market and that is why they were the top choice for Voip-Catalog.com.

Popfax

Popfax is another great option for businesses thinking about switching over to a VoIP fax system. Popfax offers unlimited fax reception and has no fax software installation required. The company has great features that come with their packages such as being able to send faxes to multiple parties, personalized faxing, conference calling and more. Popfax has a stellar customer service team that is easy to reach and their loyal customers have great things to say about the team and all of Popfax's services.

Fax and easy have rarely been two words in the same sentence. VoIP faxing has brought the two together and made faxing a more enjoyable means of communication for businesses. VoIP fax providers save time and energy for each user. People or businesses that are interested in learning a bit more about VoIP fax providers and services can visit: http://www.voip-catalog.com/voip_services_fax-over-ip-(foip)_1.html.

About Voip-Catalog:

Voip-Catalog is an authority VoIP Provider site that offers comparison tools to help businesses and residences to help find the best VoIP Provider for them.

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