Popfax.com extends its coverage in USA
Popfax.com the leading European provider of Internet fax services has extended coverage on the American continent, providing local fax numbers in more than 200 cities across the biggest metropolitan areas.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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15 March, 2011 Popfax extends its coverage in USAPopfax.com the leading European provider of Internet fax services has extended coverage on theAmerican continent, providing local fax numbers in more than 200 cities across the biggestmetropolitan areas. This expansion is a part of the company strategy in providing cost-effective,fully featured and worlwide available fax services.As USA is the leading technological market with the biggest Internet usage rate in North America,in the first quarter of 2011, Popfax intends to cover additional top 100 cities, including:Philadelphia, Jacksonville, Baltimore, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Miami, Jersey City, Orlando,Arlington, Augusta-Richmond and others.The next step in increasing its presence on the American continent will be the implementation ofautomated portability process: the users will be able to order the portability online and keep theirfax numbers, while subscribing to Popfax service.“Even in difficult economic times, Popfax continues to extend its coverage, to develop newfeatures as voice mail and to launch new versions of the productivity software tools asPopcompanion and Printer driver, thus strengthening its role as a leading global internet faxprovider” said Vladimir Popesco, the General Manager at Popfax.com.About Popfax.comPopfax.com is a leading global provider of Internet fax services. It allows end-users to send andreceive faxes using a web interface, an e-mail client, a desktop client or a printer driver which canbe installed on a computer desktop. Integrated to front or back office applications, it allows thecarrying out of transactional tasks via fax.The service is edited by the French incorporated company POPFAX founded by Vladimir Popesco,and has been commercialized, based on a “software as a service” business model, since 2006. It isboth a solution for individual professionals (SMEs and SoHos) and for corporate customers who usethis outsourced solution to meet their faxing needs. It can either replace fax server equipment, beused as a mobile fax fleet, or fit into a transactional application.