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Introducing (drum roll, please) MRISFax!

July 14, 2010  |  by Anne

MRIS is thrilled to announce a new product free to MRIS customers that will simplify your day-to-day communication efforts. Introducing, MRISFax: an easy to use service that allows you to send and receive hard copy faxes by email.  All hard documents sent through MRISFax are scanned and delivered as PDF email attachment.  No busy signals, no kickbacks, and no need to continue expensive subscriptions with similar systems.   MRISFax is included in your monthly MRIS subscription and is fully integrated with Matrix, Keystone and

What makes MRISFax unique is the use of a toll-free number and a bar code on all coversheets.  Simply email clients your cover sheet, instruct them to print and use before sending, and let MRISFax do the rest.

Embrace the convenience of receiving your client’s paperwork on your Blackberry at Starbucks knowing that you can file it on your desktop later.  Select the option to copy yourself on all documents sent, and retrieve from your own inbox at anytime.

MRISFax changes everything that you knew about faxing.  Watch the easy to follow tutorial below.

MRISFax Tutorial

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5 responses to “Introducing (drum roll, please) MRISFax!”

  1. Mark says:

    I appreciate MRIS offering this service, but I would have found this e-fax to be far more beneficial if it did not require a cover sheet. Requiring my clients to print out a cover sheet is a cumbersome, wasteful and time-consuming extra step. I currently pay a service for a toll-free fax number that appears at the bottom of my email signature and on my business cards. I find this approach to be far more efficient than a cover sheet system such as Mongofax. If MRIS can offer toll-free e-fax numbers to its subscribers, I would consider supplanting my current vendor.

    Thanks for the effort anyway!

  2. This is just wonderful! When can we start using it and what do we have to do in order to start?.

  3. Rich says:

    Why when you are using Gmail does it go out and come in as SPAM?

  4. Guy says:

    Instead of BarCode, Let the User Put our MRIS ID on the Cover Sheet or Write Our Name and MRIS ID in 12 Point Font Size and then let your OCR Fax Software Capture our Info from our Name, Email or Phone Number or MRIS ID on the First Page. As Long as our MRIS ID or Email or Phone Number appears on the First Page, you should be able to route it to us without a Bar Code.

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