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Three Good Reasons to Upgrade Your Fax Server

If you are like many organizations, you are probably still using the same fax server your company implemented more than a decade ago. If so, here are three good reasons to consider upgrading.

1. Your software may be reaching its end of life.

Now is a good time to check the status of your current fax software. Most software versions have a limited lifecycle, after which the software is no longer developed for bug fixes, patches, or maintenance updates. This evolution is commonly known as development “End-of-Life” or by some manufacturers as “Sustaining Maintenance.”

If your current fax software has reached its end-of-life and you have a performance issue it could require a costly upgrade to resolve. So, now is a great time to consider migrating to a more sophisticated solution. Which brings us to reason #2:

2. Fax technology has evolved… a lot.

Can your fax server do this:

  • Send faxes over a secure, end-to-end encrypted cloud transport?
  • Provide an administrative console from a single pane of glass?
  • Generate dynamic reporting for more intelligent application management?
  • Intelligently route faxes to/from enterprise applications?
  • Send and receive faxes from mobile devices?

If not, it’s time to consider upgrading to a more modern solution.

3. If you upgrade soon you’ll receive FREE fax software.

Contact us by December 31, 2019, and we will give you the fax software for free with the purchase of a 3-year support agreement.*

As one of the only true “vendor neutral” fax solution providers in North America, Instant InfoSystems can help you find the fax solution that is best suited to meet your specific needs. That solution is backed by a world-class technical services team that can help you make a seamless transition to a more modern solution. Plus, should you need technical support, our world-class support team is standing by to answer your call (on average, in under 2 minutes) with a fax specialist ready to help.

Plus, if your fax server requires other software or hardware upgrades now is a great time to consider upgrading your fax solution as well.

Contact us at 310.750.7200 or info@instantinfo.com to learn more about how to take advantage of this opportunity.

*Offer includes the cost of the fax server software from designated fax manufactures only. Does not include cost of additional software modules, integrations, connectors, or any fax hardware. Offer requires purchase of 3-year IIS Support Agreement, paid in advance. Purchase must be initiated by December 31, 2019 and implementation completed by March 31, 2020. Certain exclusions apply.

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