E-learning software developer Trivantis has acquired Flypaper Studios, a startup that allows users to create flash-based web presentations without any programming experience. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Flypaper, which raised $6.5 million, allows users to create, edit, share, track and reuse Flash and video content. Users can leverage the startup’s existing templates and components, or can create their own to develop interactive Flash-based presentations or videos.
Flypaper had an existing relationship with Trivantis, which provides a PowerPoint plug-in e-Learning software that converts PowerPoint to Flash.
Flypaper allows subscribers to create, edit, and track interactive stories that sell. Flypaper brings the power of Flash to users of all technical skill levels, enabling people to create compelling, sophisticated stories. Flypaper stories can be shared online via the Flypaper community… or published to YouTube, MySpace, Facebook, LinkedIn or your own website.