Getting mail and paying bills is a necessary part of life. Weeding through mountains of paper, finding stamps, and making sure things get mailed on time is something we just accepted as part of the process. doxo was founded on the simple idea that connecting with a company to get important documents, paying bills, and organizing files should be as easy as connecting to a friend on facebook.
The company has partnerships with national and regional service providers, who promote doxo as a new paperless option for their customers. doxo investors include top-tier venture partners Mohr Davidow Ventures and Bezos Expeditions. The company is led by executives who have driven businesses that have scaled to serve tens of millions of users and processed billions of dollars in consumer mobile and Internet transactions. doxo is headquartered in Seattle, Washington.
Chief Executive Officer
Steve co-founded doxo with Roger and Mark in 2008. Prior to doxo Steve was SVP at Qpass, a mobile payments company acquired by Amdocs. Steve led Sales, Marketing and Business Development at Qpass, before helping start and lead Qpass’ OpenMarket division, a mobile messaging and payment network which grew to take the #1 position in the US market. Prior to Qpass Steve worked at InfoSpace and Kaiser Associates.
Steve is a recovering engineer (Rice U, Mechanical) and has an MBA from UVA.
Steve started doxo because he hates junk mail, and bills, and dead trees.
VP of Product
Roger manages Product and Provider Success at doxo. Prior to co-founding doxo, Roger was SVP of Products and Partnerships at Qpass, where he played an evangelist role for new mobile payment services. Before Qpass Roger was with Accenture. Roger’s undergraduate is from The University of Washington and he holds a Masters from Washington State University.
Roger had to buy a new file-cabinet in 2007, when his old one overflowed. That’s why he started doxo.
VP of Technology
Mark manages the development and operations teams. Aside from being an technology genius and having the patience of Job, he quite literally makes sure the power works and the lights turn on when we show up to work everyday.
He was something like employee #7 at Qpass where he helped architect the original Qpass transactional processing systems, and then ensured scalability and security as transaction volume grew many multiples each year. He’s a University of Washington engineer.
Mark likes to be, oh shall we say, “organized.” That’s why he started doxo.
VP of Sales
Jim builds great sales teams. He has built and worked in several great sales organizations, including ROLM, IBM & Aspect. Before joining doxo, Jim was Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for PAR3/Varolii, where he built a world-class sales organization from the ground up and grew revenues to over $70M.
Jim is something of a mobile addict. He joined doxo because he loves having every piece of paper he needs right at his fingertips on any device any time.
Chief Financial Officer
VP of Business Operations
Amy manages Finance, HR and Business Operations at doxo, which translates into keeping track of the money, people and metrics in the business.
Prior to doxo, Amy was the CFO at Gist (sold to RIM in 2011). BeforeGist, she was with AOL Wireless / Tegic, Wildseed, Onyx Software and Attachmate.
Amy loves making things simple and clear. That’s why she joined doxo.