Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) February 5, 2011
Two industry leaders, DigiLabs and VPJ, announced today they will demonstrate at the PAGE show in Tokyo (February 2-4, 2011, booth number C6) the newest version of DigiLabs photo creation software, with new tools and features. Some of the new tools were built specifically for the Japanese market, including cell phone strap albums, and the ability to build albums starting from the left side of the page.
“DigiLabs continues to demonstrate its commitment to the Japanese market, in development, support and marketing,” explains Lior Meron, DigiLabs VP for APJ. “Together with our solid partner VPJ, we will be demonstrating in the PAGE show (February 2-4, 2011, booth number C6) our newest version of the DigiLabs photo creation software which will include among other things cell phone strap albums and kiosk functionality developed especially for the Japanese market.”
The new version of the DigiLabs software, automatically updated to all users, and fully customizable by printers and labs with an online automated tool, is the most robust and flexible photo solution available today. It can be used to create orders at home and submit them online, or create at home and hand carry to a retail location, or even to create an order in-store (no designated hardware required). DigiLabs' solution can integrate with any existing back office , or can come with a local Japanese back office solution by VPJ.
“The flexibility and simplicity to implement with DigiLabs, and its robust and advanced features, brought us to decide to partner with DigiLabs for the Japanese market,” said Mr. Hiroaki Mimura, CEO of VPJ. “We are looking forward to a prosperous and successful 2011 as custom photo products become more and more popular in Japan.”
DigiLabs is recognized as publishing the fastest, most powerful and yet easy to use photo (e.g., photo books, cards, calendars, etc.) creativity software. DigiLabs’ software is used by more than 40,000 retail, printer and lab outlets worldwide. Partners/Resellers include HP, Xerox, Kodak, Fujifilm and Canon, Duplo and Ultimate. DigiLabs private labels and customize software for companies looking to grow their photo business.
VPJ is a systems integrator established in 1994 to serve the new area of computing called "visual processing". VPJ offers a workflow and delivery platform for content creators and managers. We can take the inefficient, analog operations of each individual staff member and integrate them into a common, central system that can manage photos, text, layouts, and more. This enables content producers and managers to work together on content production in true collaboration. The integration of these work processes allows for better information collection and more comprehensive workflow visualization and management. For more information, please visit: http://www.vpj.co.jp and http://www.photo-business.net/