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April 24, 2012 at 9:01 PM

Bezos-backed Doxo signs state, counties

Seattle online bill-paying startup Doxo is announcing some big, new customers – including the state of Washington.

Doxo, which is backed by Amazon.com Chief Executive Jeff Bezos’ personal investment firm, is also announcing that 16 counties and municipalities in the state have agreed to use Doxo for digital delivery of documents and online bill payments.

A Doxo spokeswoman said it’s working with the state Department of Enterprise Services that handles electronic delivery of documents for state agencies.

Here are the government customers that Doxo is announcing today: Benton County, Chelan County, Clallam County, Clark County, Franklin County, Island County, Lincoln County, Pend Oreille County, Spokane County, Stevens County, Thurston County, Walla Walla County, Clallam County Public Utilities, Mukilteo Water and Sewer District, Lake Stevens Utility District.

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