myPIXmania and ACD Systems
ACD Systems International, makers of ACDSee digital imaging management and editing software, and myPIXmania (FotoVista), Europe's leader in online photo development, have announced a strategic partnership to fulfill the growing demand for an easy-to-use, high quality Web-based photo services experience. As part of the partnership a myPIXmania program extension to ACDSee 3.1, ACDSee PowerPack, ACDSee Photo Manager 7 and later, will be made available for ordering prints and photo gifts. It will be distributed among customers via a secure download page. This product and service pairing is a great opportunity for users to manage, organize, and enhance their digital photos in ACDSee Photo Manager, go to myPIXmania directly, order their prints and gifts, and pick them up at a convenient retail outlet or have them mailed directly.
Unlimited storage of digital photos
myPIXmania offers a unique service with its free and unlimited storage of digital photos. Users are able to keep their photos in a personalised space. Even if the client doesn't order, the ensemble of his albums are archived and saved. myPIXmania is the only site to offer this type of service.
myPIXmania - 100 million images
Currently, the site myPIXmania stocks more than 100 million images for free. This usage is facilitated by the best system of uploading, sharing and storage of images. myPIXmania offers numerous tools to optimise the printing of photos without being a computer wizard: reframing digital photos, options for white borders, changing shades (colour, black and white, colour compensation, and more).
World-class online printing
"The opportunity for our customers to manage, categorize, and organize photos in ACDSee and then access world-class online printing directly within ACDSee is a significant enhancement to our products and services offering," said James Latham, vice president, marketing. "It's another major step in our initiative to offer our customers a seamless photo management and printing experience, providing them with the best options for printing digital photos."