FUJIFILM TO POWER GOOGLE PHOTOS’ NEW SERVICE WITH WALMART


September 12, 2019, Valhalla, New York – FUJIFILM North America Corporation today announced that its Enterprise Order Fulfillment services will power Google Photos’ new service that allows users of the popular app to print directly from Google Photos to Walmart for in-store pickup. Users of the app can order photo prints on their smartphones, tablets, or computers with ease by using Google Photos to manage their images, and then choosing the specific Walmart store for same day pickup.

“We’re thrilled that our Enterprise OrderFFulfillment Service is enabling Google Photos users to easily print their images at Walmart,” said Manny Almeida, President, Imaging Division for FUJIFILM North AmericaACorporation. “This system has a long history of working successfully for consumers who want to order and print their photos with ease, and we’re excited to be a part of Google Photos’ entry into this evolving space,” he said.

Fujifilm’s Enterprise Order Fulfillment Service is a robust, scalable, and secure infrastructure for supporting print-to-store services, with advanced, proprietary functionality to enable on-time delivery and printing of customer orders.  Each year the fulfillment service processes millions of orders through this service for Walmart.

Over the last approximately 15 years, Fujifilm’s Enterprise Order Fulfillment Service has enabled users to place photo orders online and pick up prints in one hour or less at Walmart. As the exclusive provider of photographic printers and consumables for Walmart stores across the United States, Fujifilm North America Corporation’s proprietary lab management software ensures that orders are printed on time at Walmart using industry-leading Fujifilm printers and Fujifilm’s archival quality paper.

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