Kodak gets 'PYNK' in CVS/pharmacy stores
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Shortly after testing its PYNK system in CVS/pharmacy locations in the Westchester County, N.Y., area, Kodak officially is rolling out the photo kiosks at 5,000 CVS/pharmacy stores nationwide.
The Kodak PYNK photo kiosk gives photo enthusiasts the capability to create various projects with its "print-to-fit" system. New to the mix is a photo collage option, which takes out the time-consuming work of selecting, cropping and printing photos for a collage display, the company said.
“Consumers have always aspired to display beautiful collage frames in their homes, but the time and work involved didn’t make it easily possible. Now with the PYNK System, anyone can create stunning designer-quality framed collages in seconds,” said Nicoletta Zongrone, general nanager of retail systems solutions and Eastman Kodak VP. “We believe this solution is game-changing for the frame industry because our research shows that there is potential for incremental frame sales as a result of making the framing process this easy. The PYNK System is our most recent example of Kodak’s ongoing commitment to innovation that transforms the retail photo experience by helping consumers to quickly and easily share their stories.”