MyFax joins QuickBooks to improve document management, reduce paper
MyFax, an Internet fax service, together with Expensify and Office Drop have announced a new offer to help small businesses organize and reduce paper consumption through the Intuit App Center.
QuickBooks customers can try MyFax risk-free to send and receive faxes with an Internet connection through regular e-mail accounts or a secure online server, eliminating the need to print, push, and file faxes. A recent MyFax customer survey revealed that 42 percent of MyFax subscribers actively use QuickBooks.
MyFax removes the need for a dedicated phone line and fax machine. The service is designed to enable users to manage their fax communication and corresponding document management workflow more efficiently and at a lower cost than traditional fax servers or fax machines, regardless of physical location.
"The Intuit App Center is a great resource for QuickBooks users looking for easy-to-use, reliable and affordable tools to help run their business," said Steve Adams, vice president of marketing for Protus, the provider of MyFax. "MyFax lets small businesses manage fax communication and document organization at a lower cost than older, traditional ways, and integrates into existing workflows with QuickBooks."
During the month of May, QuickBooks customers can try MyFax risk free. Additionally, as part of the Get Organized campaign, OfficeDrop offers a three-month free trial of its online document management service, and Expensify offers a paperless expense reporting service. As an added bonus, each use of any of these three services in May includes an automatic submission to win a Kindle.
For tips and tricks on using MyFax as a communications business tool, visit the MyFax blog.