|By Marketwired .||
|June 16, 2014 01:23 PM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/16/14 -- Technology continues to grow at a rapid pace and it is hard for businesses to always stay up to date with the latest and greatest technology or current trends. One form of office technology that has been overlooked by some and praised by others is the upgrades that have been made to faxing via VoIP fax providers. These providers have taken a form of business to business communication that many had considered to be stale and revamped it so it can be quicker and provide much less of a hassle.
There are plenty of VoIP providers on the market that offer an array of services but not all of them have fax packages. Our editors at 1010PhoneRates.com recently got together to announce three VoIP fax providers that are above the fold when it comes to innovative faxing technology. The editors considered additional enhancements, overall price, customer satisfaction and more for their list. Not every VoIP fax provider will have the same necessities that every business is looking for. Here are the three VoIP fax providers that have upgraded faxing technology in 2014:
Faxage really has taken VoIP faxing to a new level. They offer several different packages for businesses and individuals. Many of their options come with unlimited inbound faxing which will allow for businesses to be able to send faxes to you as much as needed. Their faxing services are all done over the Internet and can be done via the Faxage's web site or through email. Clients that use Faxage are usually very satisfied with the service and rank their customer service staff very generously. Their support team can be reached by email, the web site or by phone and are very knowledgeable of their products and services.
RingCentral continues to be one of the top providers for VoIP services. They have really narrowed down what customers want for their business and this includes faxing. With their services, RingCentral can give their users detailed fax logs, alerts on a mobile device and the ability to sign faxes electronically all over a secure connection. Their services integrate with Outlook, which means that customers can also receive faxes by email. RingCentral has packages available to fit the needs of businesses of all sizes and they continue to upgrade their technology and strive to enhance customer satisfaction.
Popfax has services that require no fax software. All of their faxing related services can be done via a web browser or email. Their prices are very competitive and economical and they can cater to businesses send and receive a high volume of faxes and for businesses that have a lower amount. Popfax has a great customer service team that is readily available for any questions that potential or existing customer might have.
Businesses or individuals that are interested in learning a little more about VoIP fax providers should visit: http://www.1010phonerates.com/online-fax-service.html.
1010PhonesRates.com 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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