UKT&I case study

10th October 2011

Businesses worldwide rely on the one safe, secure and internationally accepted method of sending important documents rapidly – the telex system. Unlike standard e-mail, telex retains full legal document standard and in today’s increasingly global marketplace its importance as a critical tool for commerce and major industry is greater than ever.
One major reason for the enduring success of the telex system is the way a British company, Network Telex, has set the pace for customers by bringing telex communications into the 21st century.
Established in 1991, Network Telex of Ferndown, Dorset, is now the largest independent global supplier of telex software and hardware products and has led the market for the past 15 years. Its range includes a system that replaces the conventional telex machine with a software tool that incorporates many of the Windows-based features businesspeople rely on so much.
Network telex also operate a global secure message network called E-TELEX that allows the sending of  telex, fax ,sms ,telegram and secure aviation messaging (SITA /AFTN) without the need for any local customer lines or equipment on an automatic 24 Hr bases.
Among the prime users of the firm’s products and services are banking and finance institutions, stock exchanges, shipping agents, airlines and airfreight couriers, international trade organizations, governments and police forces.
With its 14 regional offices around the world serving 15,000 customers in 180 countries, Network Telex taken powerful steps into international development via the UK Trade & Investment Passport to Export scheme, a tailor-made service of support and advice. The scheme has enabled staff to visit Dubai, the Cayman Islands and New York, becoming the sole provider of telex in the Caymans.
Another major export success is a recently-signed US$1 million deal with US transport communications specialist ARINC, which enables global air passengers to send faxes while airborne. This partnership deal means Network Telex is now processing faxes, telex and sms messages on behalf of several leading airlines.
“Telex remains a vital tool for many industries,” reports Philip Clarke, Managing Director of Network Telex . “We pride ourselves on supplying innovative, high-quality, high-performance products and unrivaled commitment to customer service and support, to ensure our continued success in the future.”
Telex remains the most safe and secure way to send legal documents rapidly and reliably. Network Telex, a British company with 14 offices around the world and more than 15,000 customers in 175 countries, has brought telex and secure communications into the 21st century by adapting it with ultra-modern software, increasing its popularity still further among today’s global business community. UK Trade & Investment’s Passport to Export scheme is a major factor behind the company’s successful growth.

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