Founded in 1999 and headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area, Pixami is a leading provider of online software solutions for the creation of school yearbooks, and personalized, printed photo products including photo books, greeting cards, calendars, posters, canvas prints, mugs, mousepads, fabrics, and other photo gifts.
We developed the world's first online photo book creator in 2000, and have a long history licensing software to large, high-profile companies in the consumer photo market including MyPublisher, Snapfish, Sony, Yahoo!, American Greetings, Kodak, Epson, and many others.
In 2010, Pixami launched our yearbook software after realizing the need for a full-featured, easy-to-use online platform for independent yearbook publishers and portrait studios. Yearbooks quickly became a very fast growing part of our business.
Pixami also has extensive experience in digital print and related technologies, having worked for many years with the leading photo book publishers and equipment manufacturers to streamline the web-to-print process for personalized photo products.
Pixami solutions are based on a proprietary online platform, developed 100% in-house, and are completely brandable, highly customizable, and available in multiple languages. Pixami customers drive thousands of live sites worldwide, and process millions of orders per year, in markets that include yearbooks, consumer photo, travel and tourism, events, and team sports.
Pixami has partnered with Forever Connected to offer a Digital Yearbook, which is a mobile, interactive version of each school's Pixami-generated printed yearbook. This is a great way to add excitement to your yearbook program, while also generating additional revenue!
Yearbook Pro is directly integrated with the Forever Connected software. Students download the free app from the Apple, Google, or Amazon stores that provides a digital copy of their Pixami yearbook on their mobile device. The app allows them to interact with one another on the actual yearbook pages, with stickers and personal messages.