A new app dreamed up by a veteran of the Hoosier tech startup scene aims to make it easier for users to organize digital photos. Sherish Co-Founder Alan Stanford says the program helps solve a “pervasive” problem by securely gathering, storing and organizing photos from multiple mobile devices onto a private cloud server. After two years of incubation and research, Stanford hired Jared Brown, a Purdue University graduate, to develop Sherish. During an interview on Inside INdiana Business Television, Stanford says Indiana's talent pool and culture make it the right place to locate and grow the business. He says with colleges including Purdue, Butler University and Wabash College, the state possesses “wonderful” talent resources.

Brown calls the technology a “complete solution” for pictures scattered across multiple devices and formats. He says it doesn't require use of a social media to share and store.

Stanford adds that privacy “means an awful lot,” so it's been a focus of development.

The company is planning to roll out an Android version in June and additional technology this summer that will allow families to connect through photos.

Stanford says the program is subscription-based, but offers unlimited storage.

Source: Inside INdiana Business

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