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EasyLink Expands its Desktop Messaging Local Fax Number Coverage


November 03, 2010

EasyLink Services International Corporation a provider of comprehensive messaging services and e-commerce solutions, announced that it has expanded its desktop messaging local number coverage through its ongoing expansion efforts and its acquisition of Xpedite Systems, LLC.

According to company sources, EasyLink will be providing local number coverage in 54 countries, including Canada, Greece, Luxembourg, Russia, South Africa and others. Also the company offers the most comprehensive coverage available through an enterprise outsourced solution provider.

The outsourced desktop messaging service from the company eliminates the cost, management complexity and hardware footprint that usually occurs while supporting fax machines and enterprise fax servers in a geographically dispersed environment.

It was also revealed that users can send and receive faxes in electronic format directly from any PC or multi-function device with an Internet connection. This makes customer communication faster and more secure.

EasyLink’s entire portfolio of cloud-based fax messaging solutions have been especially designed to cater to the needs of enterprises as it ensures greater reliability, availability, and security provided via a platform-agnostic architecture.

In a release, Kevin Maloney, senior vice president of global sales and marketing for EasyLink Services, said, “Our recent expansion of local numbers in several European countries, combined with Xpedite's comprehensive coverage, positions EasyLink as the leader in enterprise fax messaging for global business.”

“EasyLink's solutions help organizations with a global presence attain significant financial and operational benefits by moving their messaging systems into the cloud,” Maloney added.

EasyLink Services International Corporation specializes in offering a comprehensive portfolio of “any to any” business messaging and transaction services that is capable of bridging challenging technology gaps cost effectively.

According to company sources EasyLink provides desktop fax and production messaging to EDI, managed file transfer, document capture and management, secure messaging, voice and SMS notifications and telex. These services save on costs in all operations for the client company. EasyLink’s solutions provide effective, reliable and secure communications.


Shamila Janakiraman is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of Shamila’s articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Tammy Wolf




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