M-Photo Digital Press Fulfillment Software Now Available from Pakor

M-Photo Digital Press Fulfillment Software Now Available from Pakor

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Minneapolis, MN—Pakor, Inc., serving the imaging industry since 1912, is now the distributor for M-Photo, a complete print services software package.
 
M-Photo features a branded customer interface with creative tools and intuitive editing functions. The back-end management application allows photo print providers to control product offerings and pricing, customization of workflow, creation of exclusive content, and integration of professional editing software.

Since the M-Photo system is compatible with almost all digital press equipment, including HP Indigo, Xerox iGen and Kodak NexPress, businesses can use their existing infrastructure to expand as a photo print products retailer/fulfillment center, offering photo books, cards, calendars, photo invitations, albums and posters.

By producing value-added print products such as custom photo books and personalized greeting cards, specialty printers have the opportunity to expand product offerings, leverage current customers and build new client relationships, notes Pakor. By downloading the branded interface application to a PC or Mac, a retailer’s customers can begin creating from home.

“M-Photo is the perfect solution for photo labs and commercial printers looking to generate incremental revenue,” said Jeff Nylund, Pakor’s vice president of Sales & Marketing, “and the ability to expand into an affiliate model creates additional value for our customers.”

With a one-time license fee, there are no “click” charges for M-Photo. The one-year warranty from Pakor includes technical support and free upgrades, when applicable. pakor.com

M-Photo is a privately held company, established in 2003, that develops production floor management systems for professional photo labs and print shops using digital printing technology, with emphasis to allow the next generation of digital photography: value-added prints, with a focus on photo books. m-photo.com

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