Holmdel, New Jersey (August 18, 2020) – etherFAX today announced its integration with Ambir Technology, an industry leader in digital capture and document management solutions. By extending Ambir’s solutions to the etherFAX network in the cloud, customers can securely send documents to any of etherFAX’s connected endpoints with ultra-fast transmission speeds, end-to-end encryption, and guaranteed document delivery.
etherFAX supports traditional dial tone as well as every major fax server, application, and fax-enabled device. The etherFAX Secure Exchange Network (SEN) is the world’s largest fax network, leveraging military-grade encryption and hybrid cloud technology to provide 100 percent secure communications within healthcare, finance, legal, and enterprise organizations. etherFAX SEN features built-in redundancy and eliminates the need for phone lines, fax boards, and servers.
“Our integration with Ambir Technology allows organizations to digitally transmit sensitive information such as insurance claims, identification cards, legal documents, and financial statements fast and securely,” Paul Banco, CEO of etherFAX said. “With etherFAX SEN, organizations can send more than 100 fax pages within seconds without compromising security or reliability. By supporting advanced document types and providing faster transmissions of business-critical documents, etherFAX and Ambir can improve workflow processes, customer service, and patient care.”
Ambir Technology will also utilize etherFAX’s DirectFax™ solution to securely transmit high-resolution, full-color documents using third-party messaging platforms including Slack, Teams, Microsoft Fax, and mobile applications. Leveraging etherFAX SEN, organizations can send and receive faxes and protected health information (PHI) on Android and iOS mobile phones with superior color and clarity.
“We’re proud to embed etherFAX’s hybrid-cloud technology into our hardware,” Mike O’Leary, CEO of Ambir Technology said. “Our scanners are known for providing rapid, high-quality electronic imaging. Now, we can leverage a direct and digital fax solution with end-to-end encryption. This opens up a whole new world of opportunities for our customers.”