- May 29, 2020
- Posted by: OceanX
- Category: Press Release
Shanghai – 29 May 2020 – Standard Chartered Bank (China) Ltd. selected OceanFax to replace legacy fax server.
After evaluating the existing legacy fax server and other fax servers, SCB eventually decided to choose OceanFax replace of her legacy fax server. OceanFax has many powerful features that meet all of Standard Chartered Bank’s requirements without any customization.
It is deployed in VM environment, using VMware fault tolerance mechanism to achieve HA solution. Fax server failover without interrupt user operation. It uses SIP / T.38 to connect to OceanFax system in a virtual machine with Avaya IPT system.
OceanFax automatically handle business fax integration with back-end system, and continue to communicate data through XML. Automatic archiving service is set up to create a fax archive database on the file server to provide post-archive fax query. It provides authentication-based LDAP single sign-on and authentication / synchronization. Email integration provides email fax and fax-to-email capabilities. In addition, it has delegate group users / fax agent management and monitoring.
OceanFax helps Standard Chartered Bank to automate processes and improve work efficiency. With fax preview function, users do not need to double click fax, save user’s time for handling fax. Users can define on-demand interface to manage e-fax. It also provides a client interface for users to organize, manage, forward and respond to faxes.
About Standard Chartered Bank (China) Ltd.
Standard Chartered Bank (China) Ltd. with a presence in 59 of the world’s most dynamic markets, and serving clients in a further 144. More than 75% of our global footprint overlaps with the Belt & Road markets. Standard Chartered PLC is listed on the London and Hong Kong Stock Exchanges as well as the Bombay and National Stock Exchanges in India.
Standard Chartered is one of the oldest foreign banks in China, with its first branch in Shanghai set up in 1858 and continuous operations thereafter. They were among the first batch of foreign banks locally incorporated in China in 2007. They have outlets across 29 coastal and in-land cities in China, a testimony of our long-term commitment to China.