Flypaper Studio Partners with Shuttle Computer to Offer Turn-Key Digital Signage Solution

This partnership provides a key solution for companies to implement an easy-to-use digital signage program within their organization.

Cincinnati, OH August 03, 2012

Flypaper Studio, Inc. and Shuttle® Computer announce the launch of a new partnership to make digital signage content creation and distribution easy for even the most novice user. Shuttle Computer will now offer PCs and media players that are pre-loaded with Flypaper Express to create high quality, HD motion graphics and interactive digital signage.

This partnership provides a key solution for companies to implement an easy-to-use digital signage program within their organization. As a PowerPoint plug-in, Flypaper Express offers pre-built templates and layouts that can be used by anyone to quickly create engaging digital signage content, regardless of skill level.

This was a no-brainer partnership to make digital signage creation and deployment easier for our customers, said Jack Wang, Vice President of Sales at Shuttle Computer. Our clients have been utilizing our products in the digital signage space for more than three years and we are excited to now offer this more complete solution.

Shuttle Computer customers can purchase PCs pre-loaded with Flypaper Express to get started quickly with digital signage content creation. Customers interested in a full digital signage solution can choose to add a media player and display to their package, to have every tool necessary from the initial content creation software to the digital signage display.

This partnership just makes sense on so many levels. Both Shuttle and Flypaper have created award-winning products and we share a mutual goal of making digital signage attainable for everyone, said Don Pierson, Founder and President of Flypaper. Including Flypaper Express with Shuttle Computers eliminates time consuming and often confusing steps for businesses.

The Shuttle computers pre-loaded with Flypaper Express will cost $329.99 (XS36V+2GB RAM+250GB HDD). Flypaper Express can also be purchased online as a stand-alone license for $99.

About Flypaper Studio, Inc. and Trivantis Corporation
Flypaper Studio, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Trivantis Corporation. Flypaper produces the leading content creation platform that empowers programmers and non-programmers alike to create, edit, share, track and reuse high-impact interactive and motion graphics video content. The Flypaper platform allows anyone to edit and manipulate components without touching programming code. Trivantis also produces Lectora®, the flagship product for Trivantis that is the worlds leading e-Learning software used by most Global 2000 companies in more than 125 countries and is offered in six languages. Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, Trivantis Corporation has offices in Boca Raton, Phoenix, Paris and London. Trivantis, Lectora, Flypaper, CourseMill®, Snap! by Lectora® and Snap! Empower are trademarks of Trivantis Corporation.

Phone: 513.929.0188

About Shuttle Computer
Shuttle Computer, based in Los Angeles, serves the Digital Signage, PointOfSale (POS), Kiosk and Self-Service, Healthcare, and Cloud Computing industries as well as other specialized markets, with highperformance PCs in flexible, powerful and compact cube, slim and all-in-one designs. For more information, please visit

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