AVST is now XMedius

XMedius delivers communications applications designed to maximize the productivity of its users. Its suite of on-premises and cloud deployable Fax Over IP (FoIP), Unified Communications (UC) and Secure File Exchange solutions are highly secure, reliable, and scalable, while allowing organizations to leverage existing infrastructure to keep costs under control.

Currently, XMedius offers three flagship products: XM Connect, XM Fax, and XM SendSecure.

The industry’s most interoperable UC platform, XM Connect (formerly CX-E), delivers Voicemail, Unified Messaging, Mobility, Personal Assistant, Automated Attendant, IVR, Call Center, Fax, and Notification applications.

XM Fax is a software-based FoIP solution that replaces the need for traditional fax machines, as well as the dedicated lines, paper, ink, and maintenance associated with them. Offering cost savings and substantial ROI, XM Fax allows users to send and receive sensitive data directly from their PCs, laptops, mobile devices and multifunction printers (MFPs).

Designed to facilitate the exchange of sensitive files with a number of critical security features, XM SendSecure is a state-of-the-art collaborative file exchange platform. As easy to use as sending an email, this application does not require any software to download or user accounts to set up for recipients.

With several million users and numerous installations worldwide, XMedius solutions are a perfect fit for SMBs, large enterprises, public organizations, and service providers. XMedius’ products address the needs of a wide spectrum of markets, including healthcare, government, education, finance, legal, hospitality, and more.

Headquartered in Montreal (Canada) with offices in Seattle (USA) and Paris (France), the company serves enterprises and service providers through a global team. For more information about XMedius and its solutions, visit www.xmedius.com.

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