GotPhoto adds prepay option to school photography workflow

GotPhoto prepay order screen

New York, NY – GotPhoto Inc., the leader in sales and workflow platforms for volume school photographers, has added prepay functionality to its award-winning platform. Starting as an online proofing sales platform for the U.S. market in 2017, GotPhoto now offers the most efficient way for photographers to manage sales and marketing activities.

“GotPhoto has added prepay to serve the North American market with an all-in-one sales and workflow solution,” says Benedikt Greifenhofer, CEO, GotPhoto. “Our cutting-edge online shop now automatically matches the order and student data and transfers the order to the photographer’s preferred partner lab. This means up to 50-percent time savings for our customers.”

GotPhoto is simple for both photographers and for parents. The single cloud-based system eliminates work for photographers and adds marketing automation to fuel sales. Photographers simply use QR codes or barcodes to match students’ photos with their data and the preorders. Parents can securely and seamlessly order downloads or printed output from GotPhoto’s numerous print partners. For lab partners, GotPhoto provides ready-to-print orders to streamline their production workflow.

“GotPhoto has saved us so much time on our operations,” says Tim Macdonald, owner, Image Art Studio, Glen Rock, N.J.

About GotPhoto

Founded in 2012, GotPhoto is an award-winning Germany-headquartered workflow and sales platform provider for volume school photographers with 60 employees globally. The company operates in 12 countries on three continents and opened its in New York in July 2019. GotPhoto plans to grow its U.S. team to 25 staff by the end of 2020.

The GotPhoto platform’s web-based tools automate administration and sales tasks, allowing the photographer to spend more time building their business rather than being bogged down in routine tasks. In 2019, GotPhoto was recognized at the Visual1st conference with the “Best Business Potential Award.”

[Editor’s Note: GotPhoto is a sponsor of the Dead Pixels Society.]