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FotoIN Selects TREVELINO/KELLER To Launch App, Lead Content & Public Relations Strategy

Posted by FotoIN on May 19, 2014

Firm Selected Based on Vast Experience in Startups, Mobile Apps

ATLANTA – May 19, 2014 – FotoIN Mobile Corporation, leading provider of a mobile and cloud based solution for photo documentation and filing, today announces a partnership with Trevelino/Keller as its public relations agency of choice. 

Trevelino/Keller is uniquely positioned to partner with FotoIN because of the agency’s depth within the startup’s core vertical markets and the agency’s experience in bringing companies and startups to market.



Under the leadership of Sly Barisic, FotoIN offers a unique approach to the documentation of field conditions. FotoIN is a mobile application which captures, tags and annotates photos for use across mobile and desktop devices, integrating with all major cloud storage providers.

“Trevelino/Keller has a background in propelling startup companies to success, as well as a great deal of experience in proficiently and accurately relaying the importance of technical software-as-a-service products and companies,” states Sly Barisic, FotoIN CEO and founder. “With Trevelino/Keller working closely with FotoIN’s driven and dedicated team, we are confident that we will grow exponentially, becoming the go-to app for those working in the field.”

“FotoIN and its technology has the potential to redefine business processes in a number of industries, namely construction, real estate and insurance. McGraw Hill Construction estimates a 22 percent construction growth rate this year in the Southeast, enforcing the notion that these industries should be primed to embrace any technology which increases efficiency,” says Genna Keller, principal, Trevelino/Keller.

The FotoIN app is available for download in Apple’s App Store and on Google Play. For more information, visit or follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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Topics: Photos in business, Mobile SaaS, Press & Media

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