1989, privately owned Copia
been one of the leading innovators in the fax server and fax-on-demand
software market. Copia now offers CopiaFacts,
a suite of preferred communications solutions comprised of
VoiceFacts, and E-MailFacts, cover the fax, voice and
e-mail marketplace. Copia
holds patents for its one-call fax retrieval and mail merge to
thousands of customers
worldwide use Copia's FaxFacts® software to send and receive
information by fax, VoiceFacts to provide custom
IVR systems to interact with callers and E-MailFacts to notify
and distribute information to customers via e-mail.
Founded in March of 1987, Copia began as a provider
of programming tools for the database software market. Copia's AccSys
products provided libraries of database functions for C programmers.
The libraries grew to incorporate support for a number of PC databases,
operating systems and languages. Microsoft and Lotus both integrated
AccSys into their database products to provide external database
support. During the normal course of business, faxing became Copia's
primary means of getting information to customers. Copia decided
to automate this process by developing fax-on-demand software.
Copia has since shifted its focus to end-user fax,
voice and e-mail solutions. It has formed strategic alliances with
large service bureaus to deliver fax-on-demand, fax, e-mail and
voice broadcasting, and web solutions to their customers. Copia
also has a large network of resellers in the United States, Europe,
and Asia that provide additional software, training, and installation
for Copia's complete product line.
Fax Service bureaus and large organizations worldwide
continue to praise FaxFacts for its
ability to generate high volumes of
of 600 pages per minute.
Many customer run thousands of lines of Copia's fax software to
provide outsource faxing solutions for their client base. Several
installations are capable of sending millions of faxes per hour.
Copia also scales this same powerful software down to the SMB/SME
customer, providing a robust scalable platform at an affordable
price. Copia also applies this same technology to e-mail broadcasting
E-MailFacts, where a typical T1 connection can send 60,000
to 100,000 e-mail's per hour, with some installations sending
millions of e-mails per hour.
Copia's European customers are served by Copia UK
located in Wiltshire, England. Formerly known as Roundhill Computer
Copia UK also helped develop much of the CopiaFactssoftware.
The two companies work closely to market, develop and support
suite of products.
Copia is committed to delivering the most comprehensive,
most capable communications software solutions on the market at