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Davinci Virtual Office Solutions and Anytime Mailbox launch Virtual Mailbox Program

SALT LAKE CITY, Sept. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Davinci Virtual Office Solutions announced the execution of an exclusive licensing agreement with virtual mailbox provider Anytime Mailbox. Davinci will start offering a new cloud based mail service to its virtual office address customers. The companies are currently working on the technical product integration and expect a service launch in Q4, 2014. The new service will allow virtual office address users to receive electronic notifications when traditional mail and packages are received at their location, view a scanned image of the envelope label and select from multiple handling options via the user interface. The new service will offer a huge convenience factor for clients and business center operators over the current traditional process, provide instant notifications, better tracking and a completely new way to receive, view and manage snail mail via your mobile device or desktop.

Davinci Virtual is the leading provider of turnkey virtual communications and virtual office solutions. Davinci offers virtual office locations, virtual office services, coworking facilities and fully equipped meeting rooms in over 900 prime locations worldwide. For more information, visit www.davincivirtual.com.

Davinci Virtual has provided virtual office solutions to over 30,000 companies and entrepreneurs throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, Central America, Africa, Asia and Australia. The company offers over 950 virtual office locations in most metropolitan areas throughout the world. Clients can obtain prime virtual office addresses, live receptionist services, meeting spaces and business support – instantly – with the click of a button.

"Our new virtual mail service will revolutionize the way snail mail is received, viewed and managed," said Bill Grodnik, CEO of Davinci Virtual. "This new product will replace an antiquated process. Davinci, our virtual office address customers and our business center industry partners are perfectly positioned to take advantage of this new technology and deliver the services."

Marcel Buechi, Co-Founder of Anytime Mailbox commented, "We are excited about the great market opportunity the virtual office industry represents for our technology. Davinci is perfectly positioned and extremely qualified to market and deliver virtual mail services. I am looking forward to witnessing the transformation of snail mail."

Davinci's virtual office addresses and services can be explored via the company's websites www.davincivirtual.com and www.davincimeetingrooms.com offering many attractive global virtual office locations, flexible meeting spaces and premium live receptionist services.

For more information please visit www.davincivirtual.com or contact 888-VOFFICE (888-863-3423)

Additional industry specific information and virtual workplace trends can also be found on the company's blogs http://blogs.davincivirtual.com or http://blogs.davincimeetingrooms.com 

About Davinci Virtual

Davinci Virtual is the leading provider of turnkey virtual office solutions. Davinci's virtual offices and services include local or toll-free telephone and fax numbers, digital voicemail, electronic fax, email, online command center, unified messaging, conferencing, voicemail to email, fax to email, professional live receptionist services, virtual assistants, live call answering, screening and forwarding, find me, follow me, surveys, live web chat, outbound calling, customer service, appointment scheduling, order taking, and much more.

Davinci offers virtual office locations and virtual office services worldwide. With professional business addresses in over 900 locations, mail forwarding, lobby and directory listings, access to over 3,000 conference rooms and day offices, catering, administrative services, virtual assistants, business support centers, resident agent services, license hanging and more, Davinci Virtual helps businesses maintain a global presence on a local budget.

For more information, visit www.davincivirtual.com, www.davincimeetingrooms.com or www.davincireceptionist.com.

About Anytime Mailbox:
Anytime Mailbox is a leading technology company providing turnkey solutions for snail mail virtualization into the cloud. The easy-to-use platform allows business centers, corporate enterprise, PO box store operators, and other mailroom managers to provide its customers access to their physical mail via a mobile device or a computer. The service offering does not require server hardware or technology staff and enables companies to offer digital mailboxes in minutes. The private label platform is an ideal choice for organizations needing to offer virtual mailboxes under their own brand. Anytime Mailbox is located in Los Angeles, California and has customers domestically and internationally. For more information, please visit anytimemailbox.com.

Media Contacts:

Bill Grodnik
Davinci Virtual, LLC
801-990-9200

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