Content management vendor, OpenText, recently released its latest RightFax 10.
The solution is a fax server software that contains enhanced security for sending and receiving faxes from cloud-based office systems, such as Microsoft Office 365 and Google apps.
It also provides an easier, faster and more secure system for customers to integrate faxing into their business processes utilising new features – such as barcode routing, searchable PDF delivery and enhanced Microsoft Outlook 2010 and Lotus Notes 8.5 integration.
RightFax Web Access is now included with all systems, giving users access to the RightFax server from a web browser.
Key features for the RightFax 10 include: a native, searchable PDF documents and barcode routing technology, a branch office server, system unique identifier (SUID) mechanism to include MFP and data connectors and an on-premise messaging system such as Microsoft Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes/Domino.
OpenText fax and document distribution vice-president, Matthew Brine, said, "Our investment in the fax business has not only resulted in OpenText advancing its fax server products, but also resulted in improved customer satisfaction scores for both customer support and product functionality."
According to analysts Frost & Sullivan, the enterprise fax marketplace is expected to grow from $US372 million in 2010 to $US591 million by 2017, representing a compound annual growth rate of 6.9 per cent.
OpenText RightFax 10 is available globally and marks the company’s 25th anniversary.
The company most recently acquired London-based mobile application development tool vendor, WeComm.