Overall Satisfaction with Prezi
Prezi is primarily used on a department by department basis within my company. We utilize Prezi in order to create customer-facing presentations relating to workflows and sales pitches. Our organization is a large manufacturing firm, therefore, not all business areas utilize Prezi in the same way. I would say the platform is primarily utilized by admin areas including: Customer Experience, Marketing, and Sales Enablement.
- Pre-built templates are engaging and attractive.
- Animations are smooth.
- The interface is clean and professional.
- Templates are effective but creating new slides can be more difficult than other platforms.
- Online hosting can sometimes cause the platform to move slower than alternatives.
- The primary site can sometimes be a bit difficult to navigate.
- Professional slides are more dynamic and engaging.
- There are free versions that can help users form an impression before fully diving in.
- Templates are fantastic and can often save quite a bit of time.
Prezi offers several fantastic templates right out of the box and automatically creates an engaging atmosphere to explore new content. The cloud-based nature of the platform competes well against competitors such as Google Slides or PowerPoint. Prezi does suffer from a smaller number of users - therefore, others will not always know how to operate the platform as smoothly as platforms such as Microsoft and Google.
Based on my experience, Prezi is professionally managed and help is widely available both on and off the main site. The benefit of the cloud-based service is that younger creators are often creating content to help end-users discover more. Additionally, the main site works well and the site's content helps guide users to begin creating fantastic presentations.
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Prezi works well for contributors who are looking to create presentations that separate themselves from traditional PowerPoint. The presentations are sharp and distinguish themselves from alternatives in their design and navigation. Prezi works well for more externally-facing professional teams dedicated to creating presentations compared to department meetings and internal updates. The added benefits of the platform often take a bit more training and are best suited for a more dedicated workforce.