Along with everyone at ScanMyPhotos.com and throughout the photo imaging industry, we pause to extend our thoughts to Scott and Annette Crossen, founders of DigMyPics.com and their entire staff.
Since 1990, one of our greatest entrepreneurial accomplishments has been pioneering new technologies and digital imaging services which have been widely imitated. As we helped commercialize Kodak’s high speed scanning, ScanMyPhotos.com encountered hundreds of startups and add-on extentions to existing businesses across the country and overseas as they followed our leadership.
DigMyPics.com was another early adaptor of digitizing analog images. As fellow entrepreneurs, our heart goes out to Scott and Annette and we look forward to their quick return to helping scan those 3.5 trillion analog photo snapshots.
Their loss is another reminder that everyone must have a plan for safeguarding their photo memories. Whether it is a fire in your house or business, ScanMyPhotos.com urges everybody to protect their generations of vulnerable photo memories – right now, before it is too late.
Scott and Annette, your family and employees should derive unequivocal comfort in knowing that we, along with the entire photo imaging industry, share in your loss and remain sturdily at your side to be of service and help during this challenging time. We all look forward to DigMyPics.com’s speedy resumption of business.
Respectfully, Mitch Goldstone and Carl Berman (co-founders, ScanMyPhotos.com)
[Reply to reader comment: Because all orders at ScanMyPhotos.com are completed and mailed back the same day, similar situations are minimized].