Fax isn’t Dying, it’s Growing! Report Names etherFAX a Prominent Vendor as the Online Fax Market is Projected to be Worth Billions by 2022

Sep 19, 2017

According to a recent report released by Arizton, the global online fax market is poised to be worth more than $2.4 billion by 2022; with etherFAX named as a prominent vendor.

Government regulations require that certain industries, such as healthcare and financial services, comply with data privacy laws. These restrictions serve to protect private, confidential, and sensitive information from unwanted intruders that could attempt to intercept files in transit.

Though organizations can take measures to ensure that their email solutions are agreeable to these demands, an email message will normally pass through multiple servers before it reaches the final point of delivery. This indirect transmission method leaves mission-critical documents and other unstructured data potentially vulnerable.

The world’s largest fax ecosystem, etherFAX’s Secure Exchange Network (SEN), is a direct answer to the need for compliant and secure document delivery. Unlike a legacy analog fax infrastructure, etherFAX leverages military-grade encryption with hybrid cloud technology to deliver documents within seconds. This allows for files to be sent and received just as quickly, if not faster, than email.

Both corporate enterprises and hospitals alike find online faxing a desirable solution for document transmission for its cost effectiveness, scalability, automation capability, and increased cloud adoption. The Arizton report names these features the most prominent reasons for fax’s rising popularity in these markets; as well as in the government, education, manufacturing, and legal services sectors. The best part? With devices such as etherFAX’s A2E, you can also avoid the costly process of replacing your existing fax infrastructure.

etherFAX looks forward to participating in and growing alongside the online fax market as it expands. Want to move your fax infrastructure into the 21st century? Contact us today to see how we can help.

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