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Evolving Legacy Fax into Modern Business Intelligence

This webcast was originally broadcast on:
Wednesday, April 18, 2012 02:00 PM EDT / 11:00 AM PDT

Organizations of all sizes rely on fax to send and receive a wide variety of transactional documents, including sales orders, invoices, purchase orders and contracts. But standalone fax machines, MFPs and fax servers that use standard phone lines cannot provide the security, compliance, automation and integration that are needed for legal document exchange and improved business intelligence (BI).

A modern fax solution that supports IP communication, virtualization, cloud computing and application integration provides the environment needed for superior BI and business-to-business communications. Through integration, automation and document intelligence, a modern solution for transactional document exchange can reduce costs, increase compliance with service level agreements, and enable valuable business insights through predictive analytics, data mining and other measurable metrics.

Attendees will learn:
  • The legal liabilities of sending and receiving faxes through email as it relates to eDiscovery.
  • The competitive advantages of leveraging fax data to improve business intelligence.
  • The important differences between on-premise virtualization, hosted and cloud solutions.
  • The key drivers influencing Fax over IP as the new standard over PSTN Fax
  • The 5 key considerations for implementing your “board to boardless” strategy
Who should attend:
  • IT decision makers
  • IT consultants
  • Business analysts
  • Application solution providers

Scott Riley
Co-Founder of AllAboutFoIP.com

Scott Riley – Scott Riley is co-founder of AllAboutFoIP.com and the president and founder of One Touch Global Technologies, which he launched in 1990 to create solutions for producing, delivering and managing electronic documents. After earning his degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering and serving as a U.S. Naval Officer in the 1980s, Scott became a pioneer in the electronic fax industry as both an advocate and a software provider. Today, Scott is one of the few fax veterans with a strong understanding of modern fax implementations and electronic document exchange and automation technologies. Scott and One Touch maintain a leading role in providing mid-market and enterprise solutions for fax delivery, integration and workflow.

Chris Schultz
Satori Solutions

Chris Schultz – Chris Schultz is the president of Satori Solutions and also oversees the company’s support and project implementation services. Chris has a 20-year history in information technology, with expertise in business process automation utilizing a variety of database, customer relationship management (CRM), unified messaging, interactive voice response (IVR) and network fax server solutions. Chris also has extensive experience in fax over IP (FoIP) and electronic document implementations, and he leads Satori’s One Touch Integration Server practice with a focus on quickly adding automation, integration and fax workflow options to RightFax environments.

Ben Edwards

Ben Edwards is a network and telecom manager for Dell, where he leads several IT, telecom and project management teams in the implementation and deployment of server, desktop, telecom and data center technology. Previously, Ben was principal leader for technology projects and leadership initiatives with TRI Leadership Resources, and Northern California regional manager for Perot Systems. For these national consulting companies, Ben gathered business intelligence and made best practice recommendations to improve daily operations.


Erik K. Linask
Group Editorial Director

Erik oversees the daily operation of TMCnet, which delivers news, information, videos, white papers, podcasts, and more to three million visitors each month. He is also a contributor to TMCnet as well as TMC’s IP Communications publications. Prior to joining the TMC team, several years ago, he was Managing Editor at Global Custodian, a global securities services publication, where he also managed the magazine’s survey research. Erik began his professional career at management .

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