Canada, Ontario, Ottawa – 05-15-2019 (PRDistribution.com) —
Shutterstock integration allows QuickSilk clients to drag-and-drop over 250 million photographs, vectors, and illustrations into their websites during the design process.
QuickSilk announced today the general availability of its Shutterstock integration, providing subscribers with cost effective drag & drop access to more than 250 million photographs, vectors and illustrations for their website. Shutterstock is a leading global technology company offering high-quality content, tools and services through its creative platform.
With the Shutterstock API, QuickSilk clients can license images under the Shutterstock Platform License. The Platform License allows for the use of images within websites created and distributed using the QuickSilk CMS at an exclusive rate.
A unique advantage of the native Shutterstock API integration is that it allows QuickSilk to offer images in an intuitive way that eliminates design hurdles. Said Garry Brownrigg, CEO of QuickSilk. “With stunning images at their fingertips, QuickSilk clients can avoid the time-consuming and disruptive process of leaving their creative process to search, license, download, and upload images. This workflow improvement accelerates design so organizations can create powerful websites in the least amount of time”.
QuickSilk is an entrepreneurial software company that is changing the way agencies and organizations develop and manage secure websites. Our SaaS Content Management System (CMS) is unique, offering the midmarket a fully-managed and supported CMS that is extensible, easy to use, affordable, and secure. By not asking our customers to compromise one capability for another, we believe “We’re Simply the Best Mid-Market CMS”. QuickSilk operates through a network of Digital Agencies and directly, focused on the Commercial, Nonprofit, Professional Services, and Municipal Government markets.
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