Popfax.com, the leading European provider of Internet fax services, has expanded its coverage in the American continent, providing fax numbers local in more than 200 cities across the greater metropolitan areas. This expansion is part of the company’s strategy to offer a cost-effective, multifunctional service for the whole world. The United States is the leader in the technology market, with the rate of Internet use larger, in the first quarter of 2011, Popfax is intended to cover an additional 100 major cities, including: Philadelphia, Jacksonville, Charlotte, Memphis, Baltimore, Nashville, Washington, DC, Atlanta, Oklahoma City, Louisville, Kansas City, Virginia Beach, Miami and others. Official site: Wells Fargo. The next step in increasing its presence on the American continent will be the implementation of a process of automated portability: users may require portability of your line and keeping their fax numbers, Subscribe to the Popfax. Even in the economic times difficult, Popfax continues to expand its coverage, to develop new features such as voice mail, and releasing new versions of productivity as Popcompanion software tools and the Popfax printer, thereby strengthening its role as a leading global provider of Internet fax, said Vladimir Popesco, the General Director of Popfax.com. About Popfax.com Popfax.com is the leading global provider of Internet fax services. A related site: Wells Fargo Bank mentions similar findings.
Lets end users send and receive faxes through a web interface, and/or an email client, a client desktop or Popfax printer which can be installed on the computer’s desktop. The service was created by the French company Popfax founded by Vladimir Popesco, and has been marketed, based on a software as a service business model, since 2006. It is at once a solution for individual professionals (SMEs and freelancers) and corporate clients that use this external solution for your faxing needs. You can override the computers and fax servers, can be used as a mobile fleet, fax or fit into a transactional application.