After Delivering More than 2 Million Documents Since Launch, Consumers Can Now Use iPhones and iPads to Automatically Fetch and Organize All Bills, Statements, and Documents
SAN FRANCISCO – March 26, 2014 – Debuting at MacWorld 2014, FileThis, the digital mailbox and filing service that helps consumers get on top of their household documents, launches FileThis for iPhone and iPad, providing mobile consumers with an innovative new way to access, find, and share any important document in seconds. FileThis automatically and securely fetches online bills, statements and other important home and finance accounts, lets users capture photos of receipts, and organizes them as text-searchable PDF documents. FileThis for iOS is now available in the Apple iTunes Store.
FileThis is showing at Macworld/iWorld 2014, at Moscone North in San Francisco, California, from March 27 – 29, 2014, exhibiting at Appalooza at Kiosk #56.
FileThis gives consumers full access to all their household documents. From emergency situations, such as hospital visits, or tax preparation to buying a house, all documents are always on hand. Everything is in one place, automatically organized, and searchable by date, account, and more.
“With Spring in bloom, what better time to think green and paperless than now? We’re in a transition period where half of our documents come as paper, and the others come as digital – the time is now to get organized and go paperless,” said Brian Berson, CEO and co-founder of FileThis. “With the launch of our iOS app, our users have greater ability to control their documents and data and keep it with them at all times.”
Like a personal assistant, FileThis does all the work and securely fetches all online statements, bills and other documents from companies like American Express, Bank of America, Aetna, Verizon, and many more without requiring repeatedly having to log in to each vendor site individually. Then, FileThis organizes these files on the secure FileThis Cloud, or other popular cloud drives, including Evernote, Dropbox, Box, and Google Drive.
The FileThis app can be downloaded from the Apple iTunes Store, and is free for users for the first six connections to more than 350 U.S. vendors, including financial institutions, insurance companies, and utilities. The FileThis Ultimate package is available for $4.99 per month, and supports up to 30 connections.
For more information about the FileThis platform, or about the app, visit: FileThis.com. Android users can download the app in May 2014.
A Macworld “Best of Show 2012” winner, FileThis is the easy-to-use portal that safely fetches and organizes any and all important documents, including bills, bank statements, medical records, insurance policies, and more, eliminating paper waste and the need for a filing cabinet. FileThis utilizes bank-level security practices, including encryption, auditing, logging, and back-ups, and is backed by the Verisign security seal and the McAfee Secure badge. Available from any web-browser, mobile device, or tablet, FileThis offers your choice of storing your documents on your PC, in the FileThis Cloud, or in your favorite cloud storage location – including Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote – making paperless organizing as simple as it is affordable. For more information visit http://www.FileThis.com.