ezidox provides free document curation services to small businesses in Australia

ezidox™ has announced it is now providing its document curation services free to small businesses. This offer is valid to existing and new small business customers, giving them access to all online ezidox plans.

Frank Mastronardo, chief executive officer at ezidox says: “All Australia must find ways to support small businesses in honouring the government’s agenda of social distancing and isolation. As such, ezidox is now free for the rest of the financial year. To any small business needing to request and collect numerous different documents from their customers.”

ezidox enables businesses to collect and curate documents and information efficiently. It eliminates the need for documents to be sent via email, couriers or even dropped off by hand. ezidox also provides built-in workflow smarts to automate, simplify and streamline the information exchange process.

Why is ezidox making its services free?

“We’ve always freed professionals from the paper chase. Allowing them to focus on completing deals, rather than spending time chasing the paperwork. Our subscribers have recently inspired us, by showing it’s also a great means of managing the isolation and distancing requirements Australian’s are required to observe. 

“It’s been a hard decision, as we ourselves are a small business, and have in effect turned off our revenue line for the rest of the financial year. However, it’s the right thing to do, and hopefully the difference we make helps others make the most of the current situation. I’m relying on the broader business community to use this offer fairly,” says Mastronardo.

As of today, all existing small business subscribers to ezidox will not be charged for their usage of ezidox, across all subscription options.  All new small business subscribers to ezidox will also not be charged, irrespective of what subscription package they opt for. This free availability of ezidox to small businesses is guaranteed until the end of this financial year.

“We’re looking at the end of the FY as a realistic timeframe to evaluate the difference this offer makes to small businesses.  And look forward to supporting Australia’s business community well into the future.” concludes Mastronardo.

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