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mxHero Launches mail2Box Suite Transforming the Email Experience at TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2014

San Francisco based mxHero today announces the launch of mail2Box Suite, an email management solution featuring eight innovative apps seamlessly managed from Box™ including Fusion and Total Track, from TechCrunch Disrupt’s Startup Alley at the Manhattan Center.

mxHero, a graduated Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator company used by over 3,000 companies and 350,000 users, is best known for their apps for all major email systems, including Gmail, Microsoft, Zimbra and Lotus. Now with the launch of mail2Box Suite businesses will be able to seamlessly manage all email attachments from their Box account across multiple devices—desktop, mobile, tablet—with eight apps in the suite including Fusion and Total Track.

Fusion will transform the your email attachments into an easy to navigate file directory of attachments uploaded automatically from your emails to your Box account, with no additional effort from the user. The days of searching through your inbox email by email for a picture, document, signature or any attachment are over. With Fusion all of your attachments will be neatly organized for easy and fast access to any and all attachments at just a click. Multiple versions of sensitive documents will always be stored together ensuring you are never using outdated documents that could be costing your busy time and money.

Fusion provides:

  • Real time attachment access notification
  • Unrivaled attachment management
  • Attachment access control even after message delivery
  • Enables transparent delivery of large files via email (ex. 500mb)
  • Compliant (HIPAA / HITECH) email attachments
  • Powerful attachment previewing extended to recipients

Coupled with Total Track Pro users will be able to receive real-time analytics on exactly who opened an email, downloaded an attachment, clicked on a link and even revoke access to attachments entirely or allow for edits to attachments even after they have been sent. In addition, recipients will be able to view all email attachments if they have the corresponding application or not, without size limitations.

“We are extremely excited to launch this product on Day 2 of Disrupt,” said Alex Panagides, cofounder and CEO. “Since the beginning mxHero has been dedicated to making the outdated email system more efficient by creating intuitive organizational tools that enhance the email experience. mail2Box Suite is just the next step in a more complete app suite to help individuals and businesses to maximize time and productivity without additional effort.”

mxHero has raised $1.2 million in seed round funding to date, with investors such as White Star Capital, as well as angel investors Esther Dyson and Ari Kushner.

mail2Box is available for individual end users or at the enterprise level. Pricing starts at $3.50 per user per month with volume discounts starting from as few as 11 users. For a full description of all eight apps in the Suite, go to www.mail2box.io.

About mxHero

mxHero is an email enhancement platform and app store that gives companies, service providers and end users powerful new ways to control, use and analyze email. Apps developed for mxHero’s platform work with any email management program, including Gmail and Microsoft Exchange. More than 3,000 companies with 350,000 users have added mxHero to their email. To learn more about mxHero visit www.mxhero.com Twitter: @mxheronet Facebook: mxHero.net

About TechCrunch

TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2014 is TechCrunch’s fifth annual conference in New York City. The format combines top thought-leader discussions with new product and company launches. Morning executive discussions debate technology-driven disruptions in many industries, while the afternoons are reserved for the Startup Battlefield, where some 30 new companies will launch for the first time onstage, selected to present from numerous applications received from around the world. The winning company will receive a $50,000 grand prize and the Disrupt Cup at the conclusion of the conference. The conference is May 5-7, 2014 at the Manhattan Center, 311 West 34th Street (at 8th Ave.) Manhattan.

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