We do believe that in time a great many companies, governments, and modern-day households will be deploying our technology to lower the costs of mail handling while making postal mail as convenient as voicemail and email.
Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) April 2, 2006
Portland, Oregon based Document Command, Inc. announced today that its Remote Control Mail™ service - which allows users to manage their postal mail like they do their email, from any computer in the world, any hour of the day - has now gone live at http://www.RemoteControlMail.com. Users of the service are able to redirect their postal mail to Document Command, and can then go online to view scanned images of envelopes in their now-virtual postal mailbox. With a click of a mouse users can then selectively choose which mail pieces to have opened, scanned and presented electronically, which to shred or recycle, and which to transfer to another user or have forward-shipped to another location such as home, field office or hotel.
“After 25 years in the U.S. Postal Service, and being a true believer in the vision of the paperless office, it’s downright thrilling to see that a service like Remote Control Mail is finally available,” said Dr. Ken Lynn, former Assistant Postmaster General of the US Postal Service. “Not since the introduction of email and cell phones has there been such an innovation in communications technology that people can experience first-hand. On-paper communication is still pivotal in our society, despite the advances of digital alternatives, but now businesspeople and consumers can finally roam free anywhere in the world and still remain in touch as if they had never left their home base.”
The company announced today the release of two new services - the Remote Control Mailroom™ universal digital mailroom service for corporations, government, education and other medium-to-large enterprises, as well as the Remote Control Mail™ Internet mailbox service for small businesses and classic residential users of PO boxes and mail forwarding services (e.g. RVers, expatriates, multiple home owners).
Document Command CEO Ron Wiener added, “We’re very excited to unveil our groundbreaking Docubotics technology here at the premier postal industry conference. Docubotics is what makes it possible both to give users selective choice in managing their mail remotely across the internet and to rapidly scale our operations. Even post office technology executives from around the world have been expressing interest in this, intrigued by the quantum leap in mail and document handling automation that Docubotics represents, and the possibilities it creates for them to remain relevant in the Internet age.” Wiener adds, “We do believe that in time a great many companies, governments, and modern-day households will be deploying our technology to lower the costs of mail handling while making postal mail as convenient as voicemail and email.” After two years in prototype development Document Command will be meeting with industry leaders and demonstrating its technology to the public for the first time, at NPF, through April 5.
About Document Command, Inc.
Document Command is headquartered at 14525 SW Millikan Way, RCM#101, Beaverton, OR 97005. The Company’s first U.S.-based Central Processing Facility incorporates 600,000 cubic feet of storage with a storage capacity of 50 million pieces of mail and 300 million documents. Featuring our patent-pending Docubotic automation system, the services performed in this ultra-secure facility include document imaging and OCR, physical archiving, document destruction, duplication and distribution services, and electronic search and archiving. For additional information please visit http://www.Documentcommand.com or call 503-488-5979.