Retarus has announced that its Faxolution cloud fax platform has been certified for interoperability with the Broadworks Communication Platform.
“As a leader in managed cloud messaging services, we are confident that this proven interoperability reinforces our position, allowing us to reach an even broader market. By supplying BroadSoft’s (News - Alert) service providers with tested, best-in-class solution, Retarus enables them to offer their customers a wider range of fax services that deliver a more seamless way to manage electronic communications, streamline operations and impact their bottom line,” Martin Hager, Retarus CEO, said.
“Our 20 years of international experience, combined with completing BroadSoft’s interoperability testing program, positions Retarus as the first choice for innovative and scalable cloud-based communications,” he continued. “With a worldwide presence and solid infrastructure, Retarus is the strategic partner that corporations can rely on for integrated fax solutions, now delivered through the BroadWorks platform.”
Although many people might prefer to send email attachments, there are some situations that still call for sending faxes. Faxes have a bit of a security advantage, since it’s more difficult to intercept a fax transmission than it is an email message, making faxes useful for important business documents. Plus, some clients and regulatory agencies still insist on them.
Rather than spending money on a seldom-used dedicated fax machine that wastes paper, cloud services like Retarus Faxolution are a viable alternative to fax machines.
Now that it has been certified with Broadworks Communication Platform, businesses can converge all possible communications channels: voice, videoconferencing, email and instant messaging into what’s becoming known as “unified communications.”
Interoperability is important in a business context because businesses often cannot afford to spend time ironing out the kinks involved in getting components they’ve paid for to work together. Customers will be able to use Faxolution knowing that it will be able to work seamlessly with their other BroadWorks unified communications platform.
Edited by Blaise McNamee