Third International Patent Sets High Expectations for Continued Global Growth
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO — January 20, 2021 — Botdoc, a global leader in customer experience technology, today announced the approval of their patent in Australia. This patent, originally filed in 2016, provides a simple and convenient means to send and receive encrypted data, allowing companies to exchange confidential information in and out of their system(s) without the use of logins, pins or passwords.
“Botdoc has helped millions of end-users globally turn a broken, fragmented customer journey into a smooth and simple process,” said Botdoc CEO, Karl Falk. “We are proud to help companies worldwide offer higher levels of satisfaction to their customers while simultaneously improving overall career fulfillment for their employees.”
Other international patents from Botdoc include those in Japan and the EU, and the United States patent was issued in 2020. Botdoc anticipates patent expansion in several other countries where the patent has been filed, including India and Canada.
Botdoc helps thousands of organizations worldwide give their customers a better experience with a simple, fast and secure way to exchange confidential information. With Botdoc’s globally-patented technology, companies can employ an encrypted channel with consumers to exchange documents, signatures, payments, and other capabilities without the traditional challenges of passwords, apps, logins, or plugins.
Botdoc offers two products. Botdoc NOW™ can be utilized by an institution of any size in less than 15 minutes, and Botdoc API can be built into other platforms to transport documents and data in and out of that system without requiring a login to the system itself. The technology currently integrates with software like Salesforce and EPIC, providing a seamless customer journey for millions of end-users. For more information, visit www.botdoc.io.