Retarus’ Cloud Services facilitate smooth fax communication in VoIP environments
Migration to Voice over IP
Ultimate delivery rates with flexible scalability
By using Retarus’ Cloud Fax services companies which choose to migrate their telephony to VoIP or are affected by their telecommunications provider switching over to VoIP can ensure maximum delivery rates for their fax transmissions. These services can be used with any VoIP provider and at any chosen location, either independently or as a component in a unified communications solution without needing to be integrated into an existing telecommunications infrastructure. Users can easily access the services from their desktops, using existing multifunctional office machines, or directly from the company’s business applications. Retarus’ services can be connected using all common protocols. This precludes the need for the company to run its own fax infrastructure, thereby avoiding the related costs for maintenance, updates and licenses. Retarus’ moreover offers features such as reporting and archiving, which are particularly useful in connection with decentralized appliances.
With its outstanding solutions and services, intelligent infrastructure, and patented technology, Retarus manages communication for companies worldwide. Retarus’ state-of-the-art technologies, highly available data centers, and innovative cloud messaging platform offer maximum security, maximum performance, and business continuity. With experience in steering information flows at the enterprise level, Retarus ensures that information is transferred securely and reliably to the right place, at the right time, in the right format—since 1992 and with now 18 subsidiaries on four continents. More than fifty percent of all EURO STOXX 50, DAX 40 as well as CAC 40 and 25 percent of S&P100 companies rely on Retarus' services. Our long-standing customers include Adidas, Bayer, BNP Paribas, Bosch, Continental, DHL, DZ BANK, Fujitsu, Galbani, Goldman Sachs, Honda, Linde, Puma, Sixt, Stellantis, T‑Systems, Singapore Airlines and Zeiss.