Overall Satisfaction with Prezi
Currently, we are learning to better use Prezi as a form of presentation to our internal team and as a sales deck to potential clients and current clients. We use it to show reporting, put proposals together, and to provide information to our overall department. I'm unsure if the entire organization uses it, but our department is still learning. It's taking the place of Powerpoint and making our presentations look and feel updated to the current times. We've been using Powerpoint for so long and we needed something more professional
- Creates a clear flow of the message.
- Gives clear instructions on how to use it.
- Makes it easy to share.
- Makes our presentations and conversations more engaging.
- Some things to add on are a little too complicated for a beginner audience.
- Some of the templates aren't the easiest to edit.
- the pricing is a little more than needed.
- The positive impact has been that we've gained higher level clients.
- We've also added to our credibility.
- We've increased our close rate by 20%.
Prezi is just overall cleaner and has a better brand image. Google slides and drive isn't as easy for everyone to share and access. Powerpoint is just super old school. Canva requires a lot more graphic making. Prezi is easier to use all around and is much easier to share between our business and clients.
When I've had to use Prezi's support, which hasn't been but a few times, they've always been professional and quick to respond. They can also provide me resources if needed. Typically most of my questions are simple so I don't have to chat long. I usually use the "contact support" option. However, their articles and workshops are extremely helpful.
Do you think Prezi delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with Prezi's feature set?
Did Prezi live up to sales and marketing promises?
I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process
Did implementation of Prezi go as expected?
I wasn't involved with the implementation phase
Would you buy Prezi again?
I would recommend Prezi depending on my colleague's ability to use technology and what they're needing to use it for. I think some of them get confused as to what it's for. They don't realize that it won't give them actual analytics, versus plugging the analytics in. It's been great in pitching to potential clients because it can be interactive. It adds credibility to our digital marketing tactics in showing that we know how to work with a program better than Powerpoint.