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August 24, 2017 / 

Robert Dysell

Pickit Featured at DECODED Premiere in San Francisco

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Tonight Pickit's Co-CEO and founder, Mathias Björkholm, hit the red carpet at the Launch Party of Season 2 of the DECODED Show. Held at Z Space in San Francisco, the premiere gave guests a glimpse of upcoming episodes of the popular web series, where Pickit is featured. 

DECODED is an unorthodox show–led by Microsoft Chief Geek John Shewchuk and Executive David Mendlen–that aims to pick the brains of the world’s best software engineers and share developer best practices. 

See the Season 2 trailer here

 

Saving the world from boring presentations

Pickit is on a mission to save the world from boring docs and presentations, and working closely with the company behind some of the world's most popular software just makes sense.

In his interview, Mathias had the chance to talk about the Pickit journey from obscure Swedish startup to award-winning service and one of the leading apps in the Office ecosystem worldwide. The Pickit app is now making it easier than ever for everyday Office users to access quality royalty free images inside PowerPoint and Word. 

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Making work matter in the world’s most-used apps

“We love being part of the Microsoft ecosystem, and we’re pretty excited to be providing an industry-leading image bank inside the world’s most-used apps. We’re already adding value and functionality to the Microsoft Office applications that people use on a daily basis and we look forward to continuing to work with Microsoft and our other partners as we continue to increase productivity and help people make their work matter.”

- Mathias Björkholm, Co-CEO and Founder of Pickit

 

Haven't tried the app yet? Get free clipart images and photos to spice up your docs and presentations with the Pickit Free Images app. 

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