Walgreens to use LifePics' photo services
Last Updated: 14:19 July 12, 2013
LifePics Network will provide consumers with one-hour photo prints online ordered through mobile devices or from LifePics-powered websites for in-store pickup in an hour.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
"LifePics is proud to add such a trusted name like Walgreens to our network of the premier photofinishers in the world," said Vahe Christianian, LifePic's founder and vice president of business development. "We are constantly working to grow our network and provide more fast, convenient options for consumer printing services, while continuing to offer all of our retailers the most innovative and creative white label photo and personalization solution in the photo industry.
At present, consumers have options to print their photos through LifePics at more than 23,000 total retail locations.
Orders are placed through LifePics mobile apps or LifePics-powered websites for in-store pick up in an hour or home delivery. Consumers can also access LifePics Network Printing through photo.lifepics.com, Photobucket, Google Picasa, Verizon, ArcSoft, and several other integrated solutions. Mobile, social, and software app developers can easily offer printing through the LifePics Network using the LifePics public AP program.
LifePics and Walgreens are offering 25 percent off a consumer's first order (for a limited time) using the promo code*: PARTNER25.
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