What a Flook!

(L to R) Tony Wagner and Markus Doerner, owners of Flook Digital Media pose with one of their digital sign boards.

(L to R) Tony Wagner and Markus Doerner, owners of Flook Digital Media. — Photo courtesy Abby Wagner

Flook Digital Media is an online company based in Radium Hot Springs that offers “Plug & Play” custom-developed digital signage. Owners Markus Doerner and Tony Wagner found their niche by developing their digital information boards to look like chalkboards, much like what you would see in a restaurant or coffee shop. Since everything Flook does is custom, clients get exactly the look and functionality they seek, including multi-screen projects using custom fonts, layouts and even some with full animation and movement.

Flook has grown to an international company, selling systems all over the world. Regardless of a client’s location, Flook can remotely control its boards.

“We have gotten used to dealing with issues in New York City, San Francisco or Birmingham while sitting out on the deck and enjoying the view of the Columbia Valley mountains around Radium,” Doerner said. “How lucky are we!”

Kyle Born

Kyle Born is a writer for Kootenay Business and his initials match that of the magazine—it must be fate that brought them together. View all of Kyle Born’s articles

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