Digipix Invests in HP Indigo To Support Growing Print Business
Published on April 4, 2018
Digipix, a photo products company based in Sao-Paulo, Brazil recently installed the HP Indigo 12000 HD Digital Press to support its growing photo products business. Marco Perlman, Digipix founder and CEO, spoke with WhatTheyThink about his business and its recent investment in the HP Indigo 12000 HD Digital Press.
Digipix, an online digital photo printing company based in Sao-Paulo, Brazil recently installed the HP Indigo 12000 HD Digital Press to support its growing photo products business.
Digipix at a glance:
Photo business severing consumers and pros.
Considered Latin America’s leading high quality photo products company.
Traditional photo applications and moved into photo products such as high-end wedding albums. Other products include: 4x6 photo prints, and photo books ranging from soft-cover to lay-flats.
First HP Indigo installed in 2005-the first in Latin America.
100% online business.
1,000s of unqiue orders a day.
Digipix is online at https://www.digipix.com.br
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