The doxo system and the company that administers it were both founded just over a decade ago in Seattle by a number of idea people and venture capitalists, including Jeff Bezos of Amazon, whose Bezos Expeditions venture firm was in on the founding. At the heart of the concept that led to the development of doxo was based on the notion that paying bills has always been a terrible, thankless chore and that someone should make the task easier for everyone. Since then, the leaders at doxo have worked to expand their network substantially, to include a wide range of industries. As of now, tens of thousands of companies have joined the doxo network because they believe it is important to help customers pay bills.
Among the features of the doxo system that draws the fewest complaints seems to be its ability to upload and store all important family documents, including statements and bills from mortgage companies, car finance companies, insurance companies and much more. Users of the doxo system know when every bill is due, as well as a notice that the bill has been paid.