Doxo provides users with a free digital filing cabinet. The application provides secure storage so users can keep their vital documents in one convenient place. The user can add household accounts to their Doxo profile. Folders can be created so the user can customize the way they organize each document. Account numbers, usernames and related notes can be kept together on Doxo. Some bills can be paid through Doxo to help eliminate paper waste. User can access their account from any computer with an internet connection as well as iPhones. Accounts are stored with company logos and other information, making them easier to identify and manage. Users can build files for specific purposes, such as a folder for vacation planning or another for utility bills.Show more screenshots »
Doxo was founded in 2008 by Roger Parks, Mark Goris and Steven Shivers. The application was designed to allow the average internet user to go paperless. Less paper used would amount to less cost for businesses, which would otherwise have to purchase postage, printing services and stationary. The current version of Doxo has partnered with a number of national and local service providers so users can easily retrieve invoices, bills and other documents through their Doxo account. The application has undergone a few improvements, including the addition of file and document grouping which was introduced in September of 2011.
Doxo is appealing to both users and businesses because it makes life easier (and less expensive) for both. Users can reduce paper clutter at home and keep all of their important documents and usernames in one accessible place. Businesses can reduce overhead by eliminating the need to print and send every invoice. The application streamlines the process by allowing users to make online bill payments directly from their Doxo account. Users can also retrieve payment receipts. Although the folder system is rather simple, it offers all the features the average person could want when sorting out their bills and other household documents.
Doxo retains a very professional, yet inviting appearance. The user interface is designed to allow the average person to sort all of their documents quickly and painlessly. The color scheme favors relaxed blue and hints of green, which give it a little personality without over doing it. Items are listed with attractive icons, dates and names for easy sorting. The entire document storage and sorting process is made much easier thanks to Doxo’s clean design and clutter free interface.
A new user can create a Doxo account by clicking one of the two “Sign Up” buttons found on the homepage. The registration form asks the user to provide a username, password, email address and zip code as well as a secret question and answer. The user must also check the small box near the bottom of the form to confirm their agreement with the Doxo terms of service. After clicking the blue “Sign Up” button, the user is advised that an email will be sent to the address they provided with instructions. The user must access the email to complete registration and begin using Doxo.
Doxo entices new users with its highly economical price. All users can create an account and add documents for free. There are no subscription fees and all users are given access to all current features. The site explains that by saving businesses money, Doxo is able to keep its services free for the consumer. This creates a win-win situation for both the business partnering with Doxo and the consumer using the application to sort their documents.
Doxo is an excellent resource for anyone who needs to organize their household documents. Individuals who rent or own a home can sort their bills as well as any other document they need to keep track of. Travelers can plan a vacation and store all of their travel details on their Doxo account. The user decides how to organize their documents by creating folders and groups, which makes the application extremely flexible.