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Shutterfly acquires MyPublisher for undisclosed amount, looks to bolster photobook offerings

Shutterfly buys out MyPublisher in an effort to strengthen offerings to its customers

| Cameras News | Posted: Apr 30, 2013 4:36 pm

Shutterfly announced this morning that it has bought photobook software developer MyPublisher for an undisclosed amount. MyPublisher has been developing photobook making software for the past 18 years and is considered one of the leading innovators in the field.

 

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In an interview with TheNextWeb, Shutterfly CEO Jeffrey Housenbold said:

 

"Shutterfly photo books continue to delight customers, bringing more consumers online to tell their stories and connect with friends and family in creative ways.

 

By combining MyPublisher's best in class software client with Shutterfly's industry leading cloud based platform, we will continue to drive growth and set the standard for design, choice and quality in the personal publishing and social expression category."

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