Things are looking up and up for Flypaper Studio, Inc. Following the Flash content management platform’s successful 2008 are the makings of a successful 2009, starting with a recent partnership with Cozimo Technologies, Inc.

The companies both launched and met at the DEMO conference in 2008 and have since succeeded in rocking the content development industry. Their partnership forges exceptional Flash content management with advanced online collaboration tools and will likely result in many a happy user. 

The Flypaper Content Management Platform focuses a lot of energy on being a very hands-on solution. Designed for creative content development agencies and enterprise users creating Flash projects, the tool encourages clients to be a larger part of the process by marrying online collaboration to real-time assistance from outside professional agencies. The list of upgrades and additional features in Flypaper 2.0, the company’s latest release, includes a private online repository for storing projects and digital assets, additional storage space and a software development kit (SDK).

The Cozimo Web application is expected to enhance the Flypaper experience by enabling developers to review and markup digital content such as Flash, images, video, PDF files and documents from any Web browser either independently or with their clients in live, synchronized online sessions. Flypaper users can also use Cozimo to export any element of a project then collectively mark up, edit, make notes, chat online, and view all collaborators per project.

"Flypaper knows the content development world better than most in this space and have always recognized the importance and value of collaboration to the enterprise workflow," said Stuart Feldman, President of Cozimo. "There is an obvious synergy between our products and we're excited to have our tools included as an integral part of this exceptional solution."

Flypaper's Kitchen

Later this spring, Flypaper Studio is slated to release more promising makings, including a Sales and Training Extension Suite that is hoped to bring the power of Flash to salespeople and training mentors. The company says they will also release an Approval Management System that streamlines the facilitation of the project approval process across the enterprise.

Flypaper’s Flash Content Management Platform will burn a US $795 hole in your pocket annually, for single users. As an enterprise package that includes five seats, you’re looking at US $9,995 per year.

Think it’s worth it? Head on over to Flypaper’s website