Being able to send faxes via email was the purpose of our getting this solution. The nature of our business at one time was to get up, go to a filing cabinet, grab a file folder, and manually fax it. If we look back to the day where we were still using filing cabinets and compare it to using this, it probably saves us 20 minutes per file that we've worked on during the course of a day. It increased productivity, so instead of handling something like six files a day, we're now handling upwards of 30 files a day. That's a significant improvement. Once we put an imaging system into place many years ago, this product became very useful because it then allowed us to take the images that were connected to a file that we were working on and fax out the necessary documents. We use the solution to meet compliance or regulatory requirements indirectly because of the nature of our business. We have to be HIPAA compliant and we have to be ISO compliant, we have to be compliant with New York law, and we have to meet certain ANSI standards. The only thing we really didn't get into was the new GDPR stuff that came out, but we don't do any international stuff so we don't worry about that. But for legal purposes, our business requires us to have a place where documentation can be received, and faxing fits that mold. We send roughly 80,000 faxes a year. The way we have our phone system set up and our ISP, Faxmaker saves us a ton of money. I don't know what the cost would be for a cloud-based solution, but we've purchased this software, we purchased the license, we upgraded it and, through the wonders of our internet provider, we actually almost fax for free.