Making the Switch to Electronic Faxes
September 28, 2006
We run an office and a technology company and I find faxes a pain. They come in and they need to be sorted and stored, so they take up space and paper. I also find maintaining our fax machine a pain. Our fax machine is a nice little Panasonic – but it is old school and requires a roll of carbon film instead of ink for printing. It runs out every few weeks and swapping it as well as shopping for supplies is a pain. Worse yet, when I looked at the used carbon films last week I realized how inefficient they are. The carbon pages are wasteful, as is using paper to receive faxes. Besides, filing electronic documents is much easier that filing paper documents (clutter, physical office space, searchability later on). So…we’ll be making the move to electronic faxes soon. Here are a couple we are looking at:
Do you have thoughts on these providers or any recommendations?
P.S. For any of you who are mobile workers, eFaxing seems like a great addition to your toolbox.
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