SKyPRO announces the release of a new FaxGwise Client

Adding signatures to an electronic fax has never been this simple!

Video tutorial on how to create a fax using the FaxGwise client 6.0.16
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Cham, Switzerland June 4th: SKyPRO is introducing a new FaxGwise Client, version 6.0.16. It comes with an improved user experience that increases the productivity and efficiency of your fax workflow. FaxGwise now supports creating a fax message in rich text, just like you do in Microsoft Word. It also has the ability to automatically add a signature to the body of your message, so you won't need to sign each fax manually before sending it out.

FaxGwise is a software solution by SKyPRO that integrates fax into today’s most common email platforms: Microsoft Exchange, Novell GroupWise and Gmail. The complete FaxGwise solution enables users to send and receive faxes directly from their mailbox, as well as any windows application. With a built-in email to fax gateway, FaxGwise is extremely flexible and can integrate with countless 3rd party applications and devices. And even more - FaxGwise supports fax templates, automatic routing, archiving, and other functions that improve employee efficiency and reduce costs for companies.

“Faxing is still a very important communication channel for many enterprises,” says Christian Karch, COO of SKyPRO USA. “The newest version of FaxGwise integrates seamlessly into today’s communication behaviors, and makes sending a signed fax as simple as creating an email. We continue to improve our fax solution by adding features that our customers request, and by keeping the solution as flexible as we can by being as compatible with 3rd party solutions and platforms as possible.”

The all new FaxGwise Client 6.0.16 is available on SKyPRO’s website. Free evaluation installations with complimentary remote support during installation and setup are available.
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