Plantation, Fla. (January 24th, 2017) – Leading custom software development firm, Chetu Inc., proudly announces its participation in the 2017 Wedding and Portrait Photography Conference and Expo (WPPI) in Las Vegas. Chetu's experts will be demonstrating their experience developing and integrating studio management modules and software platforms at Booth #1743.
"People tend to underestimate the business needs of professional photographers," said John Bailey, Director of Sales for Photography, Digital Signage, Ticketing, & Kiosks at Chetu, "Look at the diverse range of vendors and exhibitors at WPPI, and you'll see that there are actually software solutions for all areas of small-business management. There are a lot of moving parts, a lot of puzzle pieces that need to be brought together. Thankfully, Chetu has over 16 years of experience integrating platforms like these, and our project managers not only understand the complexity of needs for these kinds of projects, but also have actual experience building and integrating these platforms together. That kind of experience is invaluable to clients who may know what they want their system to do, but maybe not all the steps that need to happen to get there."
Held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, WPPI 2017 will feature conference workshops from February 5th through 9th, and a vendor expo from February 7th through 9th. Spanning 5 days and attracting nearly 13,000 professional photographers, WPPI 2017 features educational skills-training sessions, master classes, and topical "photo walks", plus a filmmaking track.
Chetu provides end-to-end development of custom photography software such as studio management software with online booking, scheduling, & payments modules; Digital Asset Management (DAM) systems to upload, edit & share high-resolution images; & photo booth kiosk & mobile app development. For more information, visit Booth #1743 at the WPPI 2017 Expo, or www.chetu.com
Wedding & Portrait Photographers International (WPPI) was founded in 1978 to serve the needs of wedding photographers, then known as the "weekend warriors" – an often neglected segment of the industry. Since their first convention and trade show in 1980, the annual WPPI conference has grown into one of the largest events in the trade. WPPI 2016 drew over 12,000 attendees and 250 exhibitors from around the world to embrace photographers from all genres, including portraiture, fine art, photojournalism, commercial, video, and advertising.