June 13, 2011
-- EDDCS (Electronic Download Delivery Confirmation Service) has recently released the Digital Courier software package in response to the growing need for instantaneous and secure document delivery via the Internet. The Digital Courier Service is fully integrated with EDDCS, which is a patented technology that provides delivery confirmation on digital goods, and the Digital Courier software provides critical document management and added security to the delivery of digital documents.
With Digital Courier users can track the delivery status of documents, and provide proof to any third party that the package has been sent and delivered. The courier service allows users to keep sensitive documents on their local system, and no uploading to a third party service is required. It also speeds up the delivery, as there is no waiting for a physical courier services to pick up and deliver documents. Digital Courier can also cut business costs, because users no longer have to print documents to send them, or pay for physical courier services.
“The main purpose of the Digital Courier Software system is to provide proof of delivery on those time sensitive documents that financial organizations, lawyers, doctors, construction firms, and corporations send every day,” said EDDCS founder and software engineer Duane Murray. “It also has several added bonuses to businesses because it increases security, reduces costs, and benefits the environment by significantly cutting print costs for most businesses. In an age when we are relying more and more on the Internet to facilitate day-to-day business practices, it just makes sense to deliver critical documents in a faster and more secure manner.”
The Digital Courier Software package is free to download at http://www.eddcs.com/courier_software.php
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EDDCS is a service designed for Internet retailers who specialize in virtual products delivered via the Internet. This system provides delivery confirmation for merchants selling e-books, music, software, and more.