Reliable Microsoft Powerpoint
May 30, 2021

Reliable Microsoft Powerpoint

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Microsoft Powerpoint

Microsoft PowerPoint is being used across the whole organization, not only by the training teams but by the management of almost every unit. It allows us to communicate in clear, visual ways both internally to our own employees, and externally to clients. PowerPoint provides a simple and accessible program for every staff to use.
  • Accessability - Anyone can get into PowerPoint
  • Visualization - Ability to clearly convey information
  • Polish - the program provides a lot of ways to make simple ideas polished
  • Deeper customization is not very possible.
  • It's very clear when something is made in PowerPoint.
  • Not ideal for creating graphics or even arranging them.
  • Ease of use
  • Visualization
  • Polished design
  • Reduced cost in looking for other presentation software
  • Increased ease of use for the product
  • Familiarity with product due to design overlap with Microsoft Word
While Prezi does have some features that Microsoft PowerPoint lacks, or are not typically used due to being more complicated than it should, Microsoft PowerPoint is more reliable and, more importantly, the staff is used to the layout and generally is more familiar with PowerPoint. Microsoft PowerPoint is also bundled with e3 licenses, so since our company is already using those for the staff, we decided to use this product we're already paying for.

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Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365), Apache OpenOffice, Prezi
Microsoft PowerPoint is well suited for management, both for making presentations for their employees, and presenting possible ideas to anyone above them. It's also well suited to departments heavy in communication, such as the training departments--which use presentations often during orientation sessions, and the like--and HR departments--which use presentations for explaining benefits, or other things.