Save time, money and resources with free fax to email and email to fax

By: GR8 FAX  06-05-2013
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Save time, money and resources with free fax to email and email to fax In the current economic environment in South Africa no one wants to waste anything. Business owners and managers have been forced to re-evaluate the manner in which time, money and resources are spent within the work place to insure minimal waste. In some instances big changes are needed, but if you want to begin with the basics and change something today we urge you to look at the GR8 Fax, Free fax to email and email to fax solution. One of the big things that are overlooked in a cost saving drive is the way your businesses send & receive faxes. If your business still uses a fax machine to send and receive faxes you are wasting time, money and resources. Until recently nothing much could be done and you were stuck with the big fax machine in the corner of the office, but with the arrival of free fax to email and email to fax services a new avenue of saving was introduced. Save Paper, save a tree (and your budget) Another idea that will always come up in a cost saving drive is to go paperless. Now I do not know how many has attempted this but it is easier said than done. The free fax to email and email to fax solution from Gr8 Fax will help you to cut back on paper use. Although it will not eliminate the need of paper it will most definitely help to save a few trees and your company budget. The free fax to email and email to fax solution will not only help you to save on paper, it will also help your business to eliminate the costs involved in fax toner & ink. It will reduce your power requirement and best off all there is no cost of ownership for the new fax service because the fax technology makes use of your existing infrastructure and cloud computing. Free fax to email and email to fax – Better & Cheaper Aside the cost saving benefit that free fax to email and email to fax brings, it is also easier to use and allows you to send and receive faxes in the cloud. Because it is a cloud based fax service, registered users can access the service form anywhere in the world utilising there email client. All the Free fax to email and email to fax service requires is an active internet connection to keep you connected to your office, clients and vendors. This is also great for the start-ups because no extra telephone lines are required to make use of the fax system. Change is never easy and it usually takes a while to get use to new products and services, but free fax to email and email to fax will help you to stop wasting time, money and fax resources. It is a cloud fax solution that is better for everyone and everything. It easy to use, it kinder to the environment, your clients can reach you 247 and it will help you save money. Stop wasting time, money and resources and register for Free fax to email today. Go to http://www.gr8fax.com/free-fax-to-email/ to register.

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