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DocuSend produces app for QuickBooks

DocuSend, a product of MTI Inc., has launched the DocuSend for QuickBooks Online app, officials announced Wednesday.

DocuSend is a web-based service that automates printing and mailing of invoices, billing statements, and customer communications. The app gives customers more options, according to the company.

“With over 1.8 million customers globally using QuickBooks Online to manage their accounts receivables, it was a natural progression to offer an app that auto-uploads invoices to DocuSend for printing and mailing,” said Dave Drum, president of MTI, in a statement. “The DocuSend app is specifically designed with the same aspect and qualities of QuickBooks Online, minimizing any learning curve and making it very easy to use.”

MTI was founded in 1991 and DocuSend was launched in 2015.

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