Flypaper Partners with Trivantis on Lectora Inspire for eLearning

Flypaper Studio_logoNew eLearning Tool by Market Leader Features Flypaper’s Editable Flash Technology

Flypaper Studio, Inc., making Flash content and motion graphics creation simple, announces today its partnership with Trivantis Corperation, provider of world-class publishing technologies and services for multimedia eLearning. Trivantis chose to include Flypapers’ award winning Flash content creation platform for it’s newest product offering, Lectora Inspire™. Lectora Inspire enables users to create, record, and capture eLearning content with unmatched value, power, and ease-of-use. Lectora Inspire will include a custom version of Flypapers’ Flash creation tool, called Flypaper™ for Lectora.

“This is truly the most exciting product release by Trivantis in a decade,” said Ben Contra, Trivantis executive vice president. “We continually listen to our client feedback and monitor trends in the eLearning industry, which prompted us to develop Lectora Inspire. With the inclusion of Flypaper for Lectora, we’re able to offer customers truly editable, high quality Flash, which will reduce development time and cost.”

Don Pierson, founder and president of Flypaper goes on to say, “Working with Trivantis on this product was an honor and a no brainer for us. We’re thrilled to be part of this offer for the eLearning market that is a very complete, very rich solution. I believe it will take content creation to the next level.”

Also included in the partnership are TechSmith Corporation, developers of Camtasia Studio® and Snagit® screen recording and screen capture solutions. Lectora Inspire includes customized builds of these products called Camtasia for Lectora and Snagit for Lectora. This new product enables users to easily create and edit screen recordings, screen captures and videos to make eLearning courses engaging and interactive. Flypaper is known for empowering eLearning developers to create and edit Flash content at a fraction of typical development time.

“Trivantis realized that there was a void in the eLearning market for an authoring tool that was not only easy-to-use, but which also contained everything a developer needs for any aspect of eLearning development. Lectora Inspire fills this void and brings about a new evolution in authoring tools,” said John Blackmon, Trivantis senior vice president of authoring products.

To learn more about Lectora Inspire or view a demonstration of the new product, please visit www.Trivantis.com/lectora-inspire.

About Flypaper Studio

Flypaper Studio, Inc. is the leading Flash Content Creation Platform that empowers programmers and non-programmers alike to create, edit, share, track and reuse high-impact Flash and video content. The Flypaper platform allows anyone to edit and manipulate components without touching programming code. Through an SDK that converts Flash elements into Flypaper Components, Flash Programmers can create components, which can be edited and reused. Output from the application rivals the interactivity and quality of custom Flash development, but in a fraction of time and cost typically associated with such projects. For more information, visit www.flypaper.com.

About Trivantis Corporation

Cincinnati, Ohio-based Trivantis Corporation provides world-class publishing technologies and services that enable the creation, distribution, and management of multimedia elearning content. Designed to help overcome the technical barriers traditionally associated with electronic publishing, Trivantis solutions provide educators, the business sector, and government agencies the ability to create and publish high-quality content with multi-platform publishing capabilities. Trivantis Corporation produces Lectora, the world’s leading elearning software used by most Global 2000 companies and all five branches of the United States Military. Trivantis also creates CourseMill, a world?class learning management system for deploying, hosting, and tracking elearning content. Website: www.Trivantis.com. Trivantis, Lectora and CourseMill are trademarks of Trivantis Corporation.

Source: Flypaper Studio