I like what I see at Doxo. And not just its slick UI. I’ve interviewed company execs several times and they have this thing nailed, at least in theory. The user-experience is great, assuming the startup brings in the billers.…
The Internet has already yielded some great solutions for a number of modern-day consumer problems. But despite all these advances, does anyone feel like they are more organized today than they were 10 or 15 years ago?
Many utilities and service providers offer paperless billing, but on their own terms. Doxo, a web-based billing startup, contacts your billers, potentially accepts your bills for you, and stashes your account info.
Genius Idea: Let’s be frank: Managing bills is a pain in the you-know-what. One headache is figuring out what to do with the stack of paper bills that continues to pile higher and higher each month.
Seattle-based doxo, the paperless billing firm headed by Steve Shivers, has unveiled its paperless billing service, saying today that it will allow consumers to receive, manage, and file all of their bills and important documents through a new web service.
Two years after it was quietly started by veterans of Seattle’s Qpass, online document handling startup Doxois unveiling its service and opening it up to interested users.
There’s been a lot of buzz around Seattle about Doxo lately. And yet, the startup has managed to maintain some stealthiness around what it actually does—despite the fact that it has some big names involved.
Doxo has a singular mission. It wants to eradicate paper bills from people’s lives.
A new startup, called Doxo, hopes to connect users and businesses with a new paperless billing service.
SEATTLE, Washington October 20, 2010 doxo today announced a new web service that enables people to connect and go paperfree with their household providers. By joining doxo a consumer can receive, manage, and file all their bills and other important documents…