Krakow, Poland – Printbox, photo product software provider, and Peecho, the premium print on demand service provider, have partnered to bring product design, production, and delivery together in the first universal platform for the sales and fulfilment of personalized print products. Now, companies in the personalized photo-commerce industries can create and sell print products on a global scale with one simple solution.
The personalization market is becoming increasingly global and companies are pushing to follow this trend. To stay ahead there are two avenues for growth: either to expand geographically or broaden business models to include complex service solutions. Both strategies pays off. For this reason, Printbox and Peecho have join forces. Through providing better solutions for global print sales, this partnership is committed to supporting businesses in the personalized photo-commerce industry rise to the challenge.
"The partnership between Printbox and Peecho will allow users to streamline the creation, production, and sale of print products on a global scale. From design, through to fulfilment and customer service, generating revenues from premium print products just got even easier!" —Eric Kickert, CEO, Peecho
The service offered through the partnership of Printbox and Peecho will reduce time-to-market, as clients would be able to start selling and printing photo products right away. Printbox supplies with the software, store front and the back office while Peecho provides global printing and shipping possibilities. The integration works flawless without need to have an IT department at clients’ end.
"This strategic partnership’s main aim is to provide global print manufacturing and shipping option. Having everything covered, the offer from Printbox & Peecho can be a huge advantage for companies around the globe without their own printing facility. We are proud of the trust Peecho places in us and are looking forward to working together to achieve these great goals!" —Zsolt Rácz, Business Development Director, Printbox