Shutterfly is an American Internet-based image publishing service based in Redwood City, California. Shutterflys flagship product is its photo book line. The company was founded in 1999 and is currently led by Christopher North. The company went public in 2006. The customer base is heavily skewed toward women, who accounted for 80% of customers as reported in 2013. Shutterflys revenue derives from "turning digital snapshots into tangible things". Shutterfly enables users to create personalized photo gifts (including photos and text) such as Samsung Galaxy and iPhone cases, photo books, wall art, and home décor. It competes with Hewlett-Packard Cos Snapfish service, which Reuters reported in September 2014 is also up for sale.
Highest paying job titles at Shutterfly, Inc include Marketing Manager, Marketing and Communications Manager, and Channel Marketing Manager