Although it may not seem like it, Fax is still widely used in 2021. In the healthcare, legal, and financial services industries, fax is used almost everyday in numerous workflows. A fax is scanned printed material— which can be either text or images— that is transmitted through the telephone network to a printer or other output device. The reliability and security associated with sending faxes makes it ideal for sharing documents that may contain sensitive or confidential information.
But using fax in 2021 doesn’t mean you have to save space in your office for a loud, bulky machine. Thanks to APIs, nowadays you don’t even need a fax machine to send a fax, meaning you can take advantage of the reliability and security while automating your fax processes.
What is a fax API?
A Fax API (Application Programming Interface) allows users to send and receive faxes in the cloud, programmatically. With a Fax API, businesses can build fax functionality into many of their daily workflows, saving time and eliminating errors.
The benefits of Fax API’s
Fax from anywhere
With Fax API’s you can say goodbye to the machine in the corner of your office and send and receive faxes from any web-enabled computer. With Telnyx, you can send and receive faxes directly to your email, effectively making fax digital. If you need a little help setting it up, take a look at our on-demand fax to email webinar.
We built our Fax API with developers top-of-mind. Easily set up your Fax API in minutes by following our quickstart guide. Even better- all new Telnyx users get $10 in testing credit on sign-up, so you can test out sending Faxes for free. Sign up in our Mission Control Portal account today.
Simplify your workflows
Easily integrate programmable Fax into workflows in just a few lines of code. Our Fax API is built on a RESTful API for fast integration and increased scalability.
Cut out the middleman (that’s paper) and make your fax even more secure with Telnyx. When you fax with us, your media travels over our encrypted, private network so you can have peace of mind when sending and receiving sensitive documents.
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