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  • Integrating Automatic Capture with Enterprise Fax Deployment Models

    Scott Mitchell

    When it comes to initiating critical business processes, paper based faxing remains a key driver within many industries. Organizations utilize paper based faxing as a simple, ubiquitous mechanism for transacting business. However they’re also experiencing slow business cycle times that are negatively impacting profitability.

    In the last blog post we discussed automatic capture technology’s ability to turn incoming fax documents into actionable data. Now many organizations are automating paper...

  • Fax-to-Capture: Transitioning from Documents to Data

    Scott Mitchell

    While today’s worker is printing less, paper documents continue to exist within organizations. In fact, many enterprises are still transacting large amounts of business through paper based faxing. As a result they’re employing workers to manually handle inbound fax documents, and it’s costing a lot of money and time. The US, for example, spends $25-35 billion dollars per year filing, storing and retrieving paper*. Coincidently, this is all taking place in an era that’s trying to emphasize paper...

  • OpenText Fax Solutions are Off the Hook! (Even Hillary Clinton could use it)

    Amy Campos

    Did you catch this exchange between Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin?  Hillary was getting a little frustrated, trying to fax with a fax machine. 

         Huma Abedin: (Subject: can you hang up the fax line, they will call again and try fax)
         Hillary Clinton: I thought it was supposed to be off hook to work?
         Huma Abedin: Yes but hang up one more time. So they can reestablish the line.
         Hillary Clinton: I did.
         Huma Abedin: Just pick up phone and hang it up. And leave it hung up.

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