Faxage is a leader in the Internet Fax service space. Their service is ideal for small to medium sized businesses or an at home office. Faxage is owned and operated by EC Data Systems, Incorporated.They are a software as a service company located in Denver, Colorado.
eFax is a company that 11 million people use to send and receive faxes every day. eFax has one of the largest local and toll-free fax number availabilities within the electronic-faxing industry. The company has customers in 49 different countries on six different continents.
eFax is actually a company that is a brand within a company called j2 Global. the company was founded as a fax company in 1995. They changed their names several times over the years. In 2012, the company launched its first digital media venture, buying a publisher for $167 million.
eFax really got brewing when they bought MetroFax, a Bellevue, Washington Internet Fax company. Another interesting fact about the company is that in 2013, the company announced its 18th consecutive year of fiscal growth, proving that the electronic faxing industry is booming.
HelloFax is a proprietary cloud-based fax solution for individuals with home offices and small businesses. There are multiple pricing tiers, presenting scalable solutions for different individuals and entities. There is even an enterprise-service level that is custom quoted for your monthly faxing needs.
JN Projects, Inc. is the company that is doing business as HelloFax, Inc. The company was founded in 2010 and is based out of San Francisco, CA. This technology turns faxes into PDFs and forwards it to your email address. JN Projects, Inc. has at least one patent pending.
Recently, the company rolled out a new signing API, making it fairly easy to do document signature. The API is called HelloSign, making document signing super easy.
MetroFax is a company that was founded in 1997. The platform was designed on the idea that businesses need flexible and scalable faxing solutions. The company was initially branded as a wired and wireless Internet communications company. Eventually, the business expanded to develop an online faxing solution for customers.
MetroFax was recently bought my j2 Global. This is a company that owns many different online faxing platforms in the industry. We had looked for information about how MetroFax was bought out, but we couldn’t find any financial information about the purchase. MetroFax was bought out by j2 in 2013. MetroFax, however, has been an exclusive faxing platform since 2005.
AirComUSA provides inbound and outbound faxing services for businesses and individuals that want to better manage their faxing needs and lower the cost of doing so. When you sign up with AirComUSA they provide you with a fax number (toll, or toll-free). When someone sends a fax to that fax number their system will take that fax and turn it into an email attachment and send it to your email address(es).
We reviewed Fax.com and found out that this product provides a hassle-free approach to sending faxes. There is only one pricing plan, which is $10 per month. With this plan, you get 300 incoming/outgoing pages.
Fax.com is a leader in e-faxing, and is a subsidiary of a company called Data on Call, Inc. Since 1996, Data on Call works to provide small businesses with effective communications technology. However, we found that in 2005, j2 Global purchased Data on Call, and also picked up Fax.com as a proprietary product.
While Fax.com is now owned by j2 Global, we found this to be one of the better companies in this company’s Internet faxing portfolio.
SFax is an online faxing product that is owned by a company called Scrypt. We found that this is a great company for HIPAA-compliant industries, including most healthcare professions. We feel like SFax could also benefit other privacy-required industries, such as higher education and finance also.
SFax is basically a cloud faxing solution. This faxing platform is HIPAA-compliant that works via web browser, on Mac and Windows computers, and on your mobile device. We found that SFax has one of the best API's in the industry, making it very easy to integrate your custom business apps, as well as set parameters and passwords for every user.
SFax offers a lot of physical and virtual security for its users. The authentication portal requires both a password and a PIN. The servers at their data centers are also highly secure, ensured by state-of-the-art SSAE 16 Type II secured facilities with redundant power and tons of Internet connectivity.
Some of the companies that use SFax include: Enclarity, Council on Foundations, CareCloud, ResCare, and Central Michigan University.
OnlineFaxes is a personal and enterprise faxing company. They serve the individual and large businesses. According to OnlineFaxes they expand their customer base by 100% each year. Their goal is “to offer the best service at an unbelievable price”. They make it so you do not have to deal with paper jams, system errors, or busy signals.
FoIP is short for Fax over Internet Protocol. FoIP is used to make fax calls over internet networks. Most VoIP providers tailor their networks for voice - the FoIP is tailored specifically for fax. Foiply’s mission is, “We want to offer a platform that allows businesses large and small to deliver the documents that matter securely and reliably. We also want to help reduce paper waste, improve business workflow, and offer simplified pricing”.