According to Hunt, Snap36 delivered “our first high volume Managed Services project, executing more than twenty-five thousand (25,000) 360-degree & 3D spins for Parts Town, in just under eleven weeks. Last year was an exciting year for us; we actually exceeded our own expectations!”
Snap36 also doubled their employee base in 2013 and moved into a new office space five times (5X) larger than their incubator space. “By the end of the year,” says Hunt, “we’d expanded our new space by another 35%. Having begun as a small, bootstrapped company four years ago, we consider 2013 to be our breakout year, and one that I’m confident we’ll look back on as the tipping point for our business.”
Included in Snap36’s tripling success was the launch of a Managed Services solution in 2013, something that the company is looking forward to continuing. “Sales of our equipment has been growing steadily as well as our in-house, studio services,” explains Steve Embree, Director of Business Development.
“We have seen the greatest growth in our managed services offering, delivering tens of thousands of 360° & 3D spins, shooting on-site in our customer’s warehouse or distribution center. Often people see our equipment, are fascinated by its elegance and ease-of-use, but don’t have the internal resources or processes in place to deliver a project at scale. We believe that our 3D spin technology will become ubiquitous in the future and we’re proud to be helping good companies become great.”
In 2014, Snap36 plans to invest in more equipment and studio resources to meet the increasing demand. “As the leader in this space,” says Hunt, “we feel a responsibility to continue to stay on the cutting edge of the technology we offer. With the great momentum in the 360° & 3D market we are looking to continue our exponential growth in 2014.”
Based in Chicago, IL, Snap36 helps online retailers develop compelling 360° & 3D product imagery that engages shoppers and keeps them coming back for more. Working with Snap36, clients including Kohl’s, Grainger, Cabela’s, eBags, Summit Sports and LIDS, are turning static online browsing into interactive solutions. Combining the right mix of hardware, software, services and expertise at your facility or theirs, Snap36 makes the process simple, scalable and affordable.
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