Faximum Becomes First Fax Software Company on
Dallas, TX - March 14, 1995 - Faximum Software
Inc., of West Vancouver, B.C., announces it is the first fax software
company to jump into the World Wide Web with the establishment
of its own Web site.
President George Pajari says the Web is clearly the method of
choice for communicating product information and software to people
with access to the Internet.
The move is a real marketing coup for Faximum, which has made
available not only all of its product
literature but also even its whole
product through the Internet and the Web.
Faximum Vice-President and co-owner Carolanne Reynolds says,
"Anyone searching specifically for fax software can easily find
us, read our literature, print it, or have it faxed to them using
our fax `mailbot'."
Reynolds points out that no staff are involved in the process.
"It makes us both more efficient and more accessible to clients
around the world."
Faximum's software can also be pulled down by file transfer protocol
on the Internet, and "test driven" free for a 30-day trial period.
"When a client decides to buy, Faximum just e-mails, or faxes,
an activation key, which turns it into a permanent copy," Reynolds
Besides providing product information, Faximum's web server also
contains background information on facsimile technology including
the Facsimile Sub-Section
of the World-Wide Web Virtual Library.
Faximum is also giving free space on its Web site to several
arts and cultural organisations. This gives them the opportunity
to raise their profile in an innovative and effective way. "We
hope other Web sites follow our lead," Reynolds says. "We would
like to see every commercial web site `adopt' a charity or cultural
organisation to help them increase their visibility and success."
Visit Faximum's Web site at http://www.faximum.com/