Interview with the InPixio manager
At InPixio, we have a great team who are the first to be involved with the InPixio brand and we’ve taken this very seriously over the years. Here, we share an interview with the manager of Inpixio, Manuel. This interview will help you understand our commitment to our brand and our values.
Who are you and what is your role at InPixio?
Manuel, I’m the manager of the InPixio entity, a brand and a range of PC, MAC and smartphone products that is positioned in the key sector of photography. We set off on this amazing adventure 5 years ago and it was rapidly met with spectacular success worldwide. The development team is based in France (Paris) with additional development resources around the world.
What do you like most about InPixio?
InPixio software allows users, even novices, to make dramatic improvements to their photos. You get really incredible results in just a few seconds! Our titles are original, creative and multilingual. They are also of outstanding editorial quality and dovetail with the expectations of our users, with whom we are in constant contact.
If I had to sum up InPixio titles in a few words, I would say: practical, stunning, modern and, above all, very SIMPLE!
How would you describe the people working at InPixio?
The members of the InPixio team are, above all, passionate and knowledgeable. Some of them are talented photographers and we all want to make photo software accessible to as many people as possible. It has to be said that the titles on the market are for the most part complex and very expensive. Our department includes developers, project managers, marketing product managers, graphic designers, testers, and more from all around the world.
What is your next big project with InPixio?
We don’t have ONE but SEVERAL projects at InPixio. Of course, there is a constant focus on updating and improving InPixio Photo Clip, our flagship product, and particularly its ergonomics, processing speed, new features, new tools and tutorials, etc., but there are other ongoing missions which are just as important, such as the development of our titles on MAC or the search for new international markets. In fact, even if our titles are already available in 10 languages, we are currently working on Japanese versions. The initial feedback from Japan has been excellent, so it is only natural that we will be carving out a position on this extensive photo market. In short, an exciting 2018 awaits us!