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Shutterfly Picture Management made easier

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-07-24 17:15:00
Shutterfly Picture Management made easier : Shutterfly, PC Magazine's "Editors' Choice for best photo-printing service," today announced multiple enhancements to its already "extremely easy navigation," including a customized viewing experience, a new picture "film strip," ability to mark "favorite" pictures and powerful new search functionality. Designed to help customers keep their collections of digital images organized, these new ways to view and find pictures make the Shutterfly service even more intuitive and faster to use. Customizable "small, medium or large" picture views give Shutterfly members the option to visually scan through all photos within an album at one time or see 12 larger thumbnail photos per album page.


Shutterfly Patricia Schoof new Vice President HRM

Mark Peters : 2005-05-28 02:50:33
Shutterfly Patricia Schoof new Vice President HRM : Seasoned executive brings 20 years of human resources experience to fast growing e-commerce company. Shutterfly today announced the appointment of Patricia Schoof as Vice President of Human Resources. She will be responsible for all aspects of the company’s human resources capabilities including recruiting diverse talent, compensation, benefits, organizational design, leadership development and workplace culture. Schoof will report to Shutterfly’s President and CEO, Jeffrey Housenbold. “Pat Schoof is a dedicated professional with a terrific track record of aligning human resources with business strategy in rapid-growth global companies,” said Jeffrey Housenbold.






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