Zumbox, a paperless postal system, allows businesses to deliver transactional mails electronically to their consumers’ digital mailboxes.
This web-based postal delivery and archiving system that provides an online alternative to the U.S. postal service for the secure archiving of transactional mails such as bills, monthly statements, warrantees, health care and insurance materials, mutual fund disclosures, and other household documents. It connects large transactional, financial and government mailers to consumer households for the delivery and storage of digital postal mail through the internet.
Zumbox, Inc. was founded in 2006 and is based in Los Angeles, California.
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|Feb 15, 2016||Venture Capital Database - 156 Startup Failure Post-Mortems|
|Jul 6, 2014||WSJ Blogs - Zumbox Closes After Seven Years, $30M-Plus in Funding from Michael Eisner and Others - Venture Capital Dispatch - WSJ|
|Jun 5, 2014||ZD Net - Westpac, Virgin Australia sign Digital Mailbox deals|
|Apr 10, 2014||ZD Net - Zumbox pulls the plug on digital post|
|Apr 9, 2014||TechCrunch - Digital Postal Mail Startup Zumbox Hits The Deadpool|
|Apr 7, 2014||blog.infotrends.com - Zumbox to Shutter its Operations|
|Jul 1, 2013||TechCrunch - Outbox, The Startup That Digitizes Your Postal Mail, Raises $5 Million Series A|
|Jun 19, 2013||The Next Web - Swedish Digital Mailbox Service Kivra Acquires Key Rival Brevo|
222 N. Sepulveda, Blvd. Suite 1514
Los Angeles, California 90245