One of the many great benefits of RightFax is the widespread availability of modules and integrations that make it easy for you to connect RightFax to many backend systems and third-party applications. This allows you to automate processes, improve workflows, and add custom functionality to your enterprise fax server.
RightFax offers many custom integrations that include:
The OpenText RightFax Integration Module enables users to automate outbound faxes, making it easier to send a number of documents:
- Purchase orders and confirmations
- Invoices and quotes
- Bills of lading
- Wire and fund transfers
- Many other mission critical documents
Automating document delivery can greatly reduce costs and increase efficiency across entire organizations. Users can easily format documents, add attachments, and schedule automated sends. Plus, the RightFax Integration Module supports many technologies:
- Drop Directory
- Fax Control Language (FCL)
- HostFax Printer
- XML Interface and Java API
XML Generator Module
The OpenText RightFax XML Generator Module works in conjunction with XML-enabled systems (ERP, ECM, CRM, BPM, etc.) to automate document workflows. The module outputs fax images and XML files that contain fax metadata and allows them to be imported into any XML-compatible application. This allows users to easily intercept faxes from other systems, change them, and then upload them to their own system without having to manually print and scan documents.
Using the library of objects, properties, and methods provided by COM API, developers can create custom applications for their RightFax server. Supported languages include C#, C\C++, VB.Net, Visual Basic, and any other language utilizing COM components. Keep in mind that this requires knowledge of coding and we recommended that you have knowledgeable IT staff on hand to customize applications for RightFax.
Advanced Web Services
The OpenText RightFax Advanced Web Services provides an interface that makes it easier to integrate applications with RightFax. It does not require the Integration Module and works with any system that can consume WCF web services. Using Advanced Web Services, users can execute a number of requests that include sending, receiving, status checks, routing, and forwarding message, all with a strong security that includes HTTPS and certificate-based authentication.
Web Services API
The RightFax Web Services API enables you to add fax functionality to native applications. Developers can set up an interface between RightFax and their applications and write code that executes a variety of fax functions that include:
- Sending, receiving, and checking fax status
- Routing, forwarding, re-sending, and canceling faxes
- Managing users, user settings, contacts, and contact groups
See a comprehensive list of items that can be set using Web Services API here.
Add Custom Functionality to Your Fax Server
Interested in learning more about custom integrations? Want to see how you can add greater functionality to your fax server and other applications? Contact The Fax Guys to learn more.
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