doxo Named To Washington’s 100 Best Companies To Work For 2014

SEATTLE – June 10, 2014 – doxo announced today it was named one of Washington’s 100 Best Companies to Work For 2014 by Seattle Business magazine.  Businesses from 18 cities across the state of Washington were named to the list, and chosen based on extensive surveys completed by nearly 10,000 employees.

“We’ve got an extraordinary team here at doxo, and we’re very honored to receive this recognition,” said Steve Shivers, doxo ceo and co-founder.  “This is a special group of people.  I’m thrilled to be a part of it and very pleased to see it recognized.  Tech talent is at a premium in Seattle, and talented folks have many options for employment.  The doxo team is effective and fun to be a part of because they take on ambitious objectives, expect everyone to contribute with measurable impact, challenge one another, and communicate openly and candidly.  This is a team that has and will continue to do awesome things.”

To compile the Top 100 list, Seattle Business magazine commissioned a survey of nearly ten thousand employees from hundreds of companies to determine each company’s score in 10 categories, including communication, executive leadership, corporate culture, and workplace environment.  In addition to doxo, other companies honored on the Top 100 List include Zillow,, Brooks Sports, Avvo, DocuSign, Redfin, and F5 Networks.

“Several of our team came from big companies where they felt like a cog in the wheel,” said Erik Myhre, director of product at doxo. “Most were looking for a place that would value their talent, encourage their growth, provide opportunities to learn new skills, and recognize their contribution to the success of the company. I’ve been with doxo for over four years and have gained a lot of personal and professional satisfaction here.  We have an ego-free team of folks who all want to build the best product we can for our customers.”

doxo provides a free app for users to organize all their accounts in a personal directory to securely organize contact info, usernames and passwords, account info, and documents.  Users access their personal doxo accounts online, or via Apple iOS or Android smartphones.  Businesses join doxo to connect directly with their customers in their personal doxo accounts, to send bills and other documents, drive paperless adoption, and accelerate payments.  In the Seattle area, businesses on doxo include PSE, AT&T, Sprint, Sound Community Bank, Woodinville Water District, Rubatino Waste, Froula Alarm, and many others.

ABOUT DOXO: doxo is the free, award-winning digital file cabinet people use to manage all the key accounts in life.  Online or on your iPhone or Android smartphone, doxo users organize service provider and personal accounts, upload, share, and archive documents, receive and make payments to connected providers, and access their personal directory of accounts anywhere, anytime.  Businesses join doxo to boost customer interaction by leveraging doxo’s unique customer-centric, network-driven model. doxo works alongside existing channels to massively expand interaction, accelerate paperless adoption, speed payments, and boost mobile engagement.  doxo Analytics leverages doxo’s unique and proprietary data to provide the Big Data stats and insight needed for data-driven business decisions.  Headquartered in Seattle, doxo is venture-backed by Mohr Davidow Ventures, Sigma Partners, and Bezos Expeditions.  For more information, visit  Businesses can get more information about doxo and doxo Analytics at

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