Global Fax Network Adds Cigna Health Care of Arizona and KPBS to a Growing Client Base

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Global Fax Network, the first fax service provider on the Internet, signs Cigna Health Care of Arizona and KPBS. Demonstrating exceptional customer service and a commitment to forward-thinking strategies, Global Fax Network continues to provide their clients with powerful applications such as broadcast fax, mail merge and voice information services.

Global Fax Network, a world class fax and email services firm, recently signed interactive fax and informational services deals with Cigna Health Care of Arizona and KPBS, adding to their large client base.

Thanks to their innovative leadership, Global Fax Network is able to service multiple major corporations. Owned and run by Ron and Todd Lee, Global Fax Network blends superior customer service with industry expertise thus solidifying long-term client relations and augmenting an expanding community of customers.

Servicing a range of industries, Global Fax Network provides customizable services whose flexibility and efficiency exceed expectation. Cigna Health Care of Arizona is a perfect example, as they are the fourth Cigna Health Group to select Global Fax Network’s services.

“Cigna takes care of their customers -- helping them live healthier and more secure lives through their health insurances,” explains Co-Owner Todd Lee. “At Global Fax Network we also focus on customer care and are excited to be a part of this community by facilitating effective communication between Cigna and their different physician groups.”

Cigna Health Care of Arizona uses Global Fax Network’s dynamic broadcast fax service to easily and quickly send information to a large audience. They use the mail merge broadcasting fax service to send custom personalized faxes which, due to their unique appearance, are more likely to get read.

In addition to fax services, another example of a type of Global Fax Network product is voice information services. KPBS uses a voice information product for their dental referral line. This line allows people to call in for information about different dentists and then be directed to specific offices. In another example, the City of San Diego uses this product as an automated job line.

In business since 1991, the Lees have directly witnessed the growth of the Internet and its effect as related to faxing. As the first fax service provider on the Internet, Global Fax Network clearly recognizes the importance of adaptability within the ever-evolving market and continues to be a pioneer in the application of fax to web services today.


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