doxo, the all-in-one digital file cabinet and payment provider, today announced that a dozen state and local government agencies had joined their service. doxo enables these government agencies to send bills, tax statements and other notices directly into the doxo filing cabinets of their residential and commercial customers. In turn, their customers can now go paperfree, receive documents and bills, and set up one time and recurring payments, 24 hours a day, seven days a week — using doxoPAY and doxo Mobile.
When governments connect with residential and commercial customers on doxo, they eliminate the costs associated with printing and postage, shorten payment collection cycles for treasuries, and provide their customers with a convenient free tool to receive statements, pay bills, and store important documents. In addition to the State of Washington, the county agencies now on doxo include Benton County, Chelan County, Clallam County, Clark County, Franklin County, Island County, Lincoln County, Pend Oreille County, Stevens County, Thurston County and Walla Walla County. Collectively, these government entities serve millions of residents and deliver tens of millions of documents per annum.
The digitisation of documents, not just invoices and trade documents, is a major part of the overall automation of trade. The integration of these document digitization services is going to be 'interesting'. It's not surprising that the New Zealand Post has taken a licensing agreement for a similar service.
(Also see: 'doxo adds auto pay with limits')
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