doxo, a digital file cabinet and electronic payments (e-payment) solution company, has launched single-click mobile payment capabilities, and added a new smart phone app, doxo Mobile for Android, to its existing iPhone mobile app. Both apps now include doxoPAY, a mobile bill payment and management solution enabling users to receive and pay bills from their smart phones and tablets.
The new functionality gives iPhone and Android users the ability to receive and pay bills with one account and one password in a single app. Users no longer have to set up separate usernames and access credentials to manage payment accounts across multiple websites. People can create a free doxo account to organise all their household accounts and documents, and can connect directly with the growing list of service providers that have joined doxo, including AT&T, Sprint, Puget Sound Energy, Kansas City Power and Light, Sound Community Bank, Oregon Federal Credit Union, and many more. This mobile access enables users to pay bills and view stored documents in the palm of their hand, anytime, anywhere.
“The best web services and mobile apps allow you to discover, compare, and transact via the same app, in real time. They close the loop and make it much easier for the user,” said Jim Bruene of NetBanker. “But that simple user experience is missing in a regular activity of most Americans: paying bills. Whether the bill is received digitally or in paper form, payment is often a three step, process – read the bill when you receive it, open it again to pay it, and then file it somewhere else. doxo is closing the loop by embedding payment options directly into the bill itself, and offering lifetime digital storage of the records.”
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