Rolled out in 1987 by Microsoft, PowerPoint has helped consultants the world over prepare eye-catching business presentations for well over 3 decades. Since its inception, millions of business people have secured new clients and new deals because of PowerPoint’s knack of converting and unveiling masses of text into impressive, unique submissions.
And while the creative guru has been updated over the years with added features including virtual slideshows, video output, and versions for iOS and Android, many consultants are now checking out what are considered to be more modern-day alternatives. Check out our top 5 list of presentation tools.
Engage in a bit of visual storytelling through the use of graphics, images, and presentations with Visme. If you’re applying for a top job and need to impress the panel with eye-catching designs, then Visme could be the tool for you.
From blogs and websites to E-cards and digital signage, Emaze has the capability to create all types of content to suit the needs of individuals and businesses with its creative templates and cutting edge designs.
Bring your presentations to life by using motion and zoom. Prezi boasts 100 million users since launching in April 2018 and is an alternative to traditional slide-based presentation formats.
Renderforest is an innovative one-stop shop for those wanting to create branding with online tools that include a logo maker, videos, music visualizations, and websites.
From animated videos to business report templates, Focusky will even let you record narration to go with your presentations and it offers an interactive design elements – a creative alternative to PowerPoint. Drag and drop graphics onto your Focusky canvas.
From product launches to boardroom slides, if you’re planning on driving your point home in an impactful way you’ll need to be armed with an innovative presentation. While PowerPoint continues to play a powerful role throughout business societies, there are several alternatives depending on what type of ‘A’ game you need to bring to the table.
Disclaimer: The advice provided here are our own interpretations and opinions. We have tried to simplify the main points of this blog but for more in-depth information please read the information on the above individual sites.