I recently had the opportunity to discuss LifeFilez with journalist Milt Capps. Milt is the editor of Venture Nashville. It was a privilege to share our story with Milt. Click here to read the feature article Milt wrote about LifeFilez.
LifeFilez® LLC, a cloud-based subscription service that empowers people to effectively manage important life documents, has developed a strategic partnership with BurstIQ to further develop the blockchain capabilities of its platform.
There’s a movement as of late to grant patient’s full access to their health records, which is laudable. We also should allow spouses, parents and adult children to have access to our records as well when appropriate.
The financial journey of home ownership is on most everyone’s mind as they start thinking about life planning. Like any sort of investment, adequate planning and preparation are key when approaching this huge life step.
LifeFilez® LLC, a cloud-based subscription service that empowers people to effectively manage important life documents, has partnered with Dr. Adel ElMessiry to further develop blockchain and AI capabilities of its platform.
DENVER, April 24,2019 — LifeFilez® LLC, a cloud-based subscription service company that securely stores personal and family data for easy access, names Elizabeth (Beth) Krauklis as its CEO. In this position, Krauklis will lead efforts in managing and launching LifeFilez 2.0, a next generation product that will guide users through the maze of essential documents such as wills, power of attorney, insurance policies, birth certificates, medical information, and financial documents.
Astounding layers of security and convenience surround passwords, photos, and documents stored on devices like our phones. Digital documentation has been the gold standard for general storage of important data for years now. In the modern home, binders of wedding photos and copies of expense reports are on their way out, if they aren’t gone already. The power of digitized documentation has surely enhanced every aspect of our lives, right?