pixolo adds new products and expands to Austria with photobook.ai’s white label platform

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pixolo, the revived consumer brand from the former di Support,  has chosen photobook.ai’s V4 white-label app-to-print platform to replace their eponymous pixolo kiosk photo printing app. pixolo is a household name in Germany, and their photo accessories are sold in every Rossmann retail store.

With the new pixolo AI app platform, pixolo is now able to sell its products in multiple markets all from a single app and dashboard.  This allows them to set different prices, segment their users, customize promotions and discounts, book cover templates, support different taxes, and product vanity shots and yet, have individualized control on each product SKU, enabling them to turn them on/off in real time without having to make customers reinstall the apps, according to a press release.

Due to the expansive and flexible product variant support of the photobook.ai white-label platform, pixolo is also able to increase its product offering beyond its famous patented magnetic snap-on picture frames.

“We had our own very capable development team and we have been marketing our own apps for a good many years.  When we discovered photobook.ai’s product, we were impressed by how flexible and easy it was to configure,” says Ralph Naruhn, CEO of pixolo GmBH. “To top it off, they were able to make the creation of our award-winning product slick and fun to design, thanks to their clever use of AI!  Having developed our own app, other than UI aesthetics, we were also concerned that our white-labeled apps would be diligently maintained and enhanced.  The team at photobook.ai have a year’s worth of new features in their pipeline, and yet have a fine-tuned operations process where new features, bug fixes, and upgrades are released every single week for BOTH apps. The choice is clear.  We decided to adopt their platform and focus our energies on innovating and expanding our products and network of resellers.”

[Editor’s Note: Photobook.ai is a client of InfoCircle LLC, the publisher of the Dead Pixels Society.]