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Monday, March 21, 2005
HP plans to acquire Snapfish, an online photo service.Snapfish, a massive mail-order film processor with operations in the United States,U.K. and Canada has more than 13 million registered members and is growing at a rate of more than 500,000 members per month."HP believes by offering a superior online photo service through Snapfish, it will be able to offer the home photographer greater choice when deciding exactly how, when and where they share, store and print their photos." In addition to its free online photo sharing, Snapfish's service includes photo storage and management, free editing tools and software, online print ordering, wireless imaging services for camera phone and color handset users, and more than 70 personalized photo products, such as calendars and mouse pads. Snapfish hosts infrastructure services for retailers, Internet service providers and wireless carriers, allowing them to offer the same products and services to their own customers.
Category : industry consolidation. |
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