Synchronoss Private Cloud answer chosen for integration

New partnership will enable Japanese retailers to offer content storage while looking to digitize more of their services

Synchronoss Technologies, Inc., a global leader and innovator of cloud, messaging and digital solutions, announced today that Kitamura, a Japanese multimedia retailer, has selected the Synchronoss Personal Cloud solution to integrate with its online and retail channel Has. The addition of the personal cloud gives Kitamura online and retail customers the ability to secure and manage their valuable digital content, including photos and videos, from any device.

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Kitamura is one of Japan’s leading retailers providing image-related services and products including cameras, photo printing, video dubbing, photo studio, photo books, etc. The retailer has more than 1,000 retail locations across the country with over 20 million paying visitors per year and about 10 million registered consumers in its online services. This integration enables Kitamura to offer a seamless online and retail experience with the new white label personal cloud offering.

“We are excited to partner with Synchronoss to integrate its personal cloud solutions with our online and retail channels,” said Hajime Yanagisawa, managing executive officer, Kitamura. “Our goal has always been to bring customers’ memories to life through the medium of photography, and this cloud offering is the next step in enabling our customers not only to enjoy their memories but also to store them safely to organize and manage. We look forward to bringing this new service to our customers as we continue on our journey to digitize our offering. “

Synchronoss’ white label personal cloud is being adopted by wireless carriers and other companies around the world. The solution offers its customers a secure cloud experience and the ability to store and synchronize digital content – a key to building brand loyalty and customer satisfaction in an increasingly online world. It also gives these organizations the flexibility to quickly add additional value-added services that strengthen the bottom line.

Anthony Socci, President of Synchronoss International, said he was excited to be working with Kitamura on its new cloud offering. “This cloud solution will be critical to Kitamura as it expands its digital touchpoints and seeks to create new revenue streams beyond its traditional print and camera retail business. We look forward to working with Kitamura to bring new, innovative services to our customers, ”he said.

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