The Seattle Times Joins doxo to Simplify Bill Delivery and Payment for Subscribers

doxo Simplifies Interaction, Billing and Payment, via the doxo Mobile App or Online 

SEATTLE – January 8, 2014 – doxo, your digital file cabinet to organize and manage all of your accounts, today announced that The Seattle Times has joined doxo, providing a new way for its subscribers to receive and pay their bills to simplify their customer experience. With doxo, Seattle Times’ subscribers are now able to manage the bill delivery and payment of their Seattle Times account from their free, secure doxo digital file cabinet – online or via their doxo mobile app for iPhone or Android.

“Whether they connect online or through the doxo mobile app, our subscribers can receive and pay their Seattle Times subscription conveniently through doxo,” said Mary Desmond, cash manager at The Seattle Times. “Given the sophistication of the Seattle-area market and the high penetration of digital tools, we want to offer easy-to-use solutions for subscribers – and doxo is exactly that.”

Seattle Times’ subscribers can connect on doxo to receive bills electronically, make payments, or set up auto-pay for their subscription by visiting or through the doxo mobile app for iPhone or Android.

Each time a subscriber connects to The Seattle Times on doxo, their bills are automatically delivered to their free doxo digital file cabinet, accessed online or via the doxo iPhone and Android mobile app. doxo users can also organize and manage their other provider accounts, like insurance, phone, cable, and banking – all in one place.

Documents can be printed or downloaded at any time, and easily backed up to a user’s own hard drive or to Dropbox, Google Drive, or Box. Further, with doxoPAY, customers can quickly pay bills from their smartphone, or set up auto-pay with user-specified limits. Additionally, users can link their Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Hotmail or other personal email accounts to automatically import and archive account-related emails.

“Every time a first-class company like The Seattle Times joins doxo, the value grows for doxo users and network-driven adoption further accelerates for all the providers participating,” says Roger Parks, co-founder and vice president, provider success at doxo. “The reality is that every user has their own unique ecosystem of businesses they work with. With doxo’s customer-centered and network-driven model, businesses can achieve customer interaction 5 to 10 times over what they can do on their own. doxo enables businesses of all types to participate in the ‘me-cosystem’ of each and every customer.”

About The Seattle Times

The Seattle Times serves the Northwest with thoughtful, independent, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalism.  As one of the region’s most trusted news media companies, The Seattle Times provides clarity above the information clutter, engaging readers across print and digital platforms with news, information and entertainment when and how they want it. Founded in 1896 by Alden J. Blethen and now led by the Blethen family’s fourth and fifth generations, The Seattle Times news media company also owns and operates the Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, the Yakima Herald-Republic, The Issaquah Press, the Newcastle News, the Sammamish Review and the SnoValley Star.

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About doxo

doxo is your digital file cabinet for all the key accounts in your life. doxo is used to organize and manage all of your account info and email, receive and backup documents, and make payments to connected providers, online or through the doxo mobile apps for iPhone and Android. Through doxo, businesses of all typesbanking & credit cards, healthcare, insurance, investment, phone, TV & internet, travel and utilities – connect to customers to provide innovative self-service capabilities, boost mobile and online engagement, accelerate paperless adoption, and get paid faster. Headquartered in Seattle, doxo is venture-backed by Mohr Davidow Ventures, Sigma Partners, and Bezos Expeditions. For more information visit: