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Unfortunately for many of us plying our trade inrnlarge enterprises, the presentation is something we often deride for beingrnlackluster, all too familiar, and downright boring. That’s a shame for twornreasons: First, because effective communication is vital to a successfulrnenterprise, and second, because it doesn’t have to be that way.
Further complicating matters, enterprise structurernis increasingly marked by a mobile and distant workforce, which can’t always bernexpected to physically attend a meeting where a presentation is on the agenda.rnThe tools used to create and display a presentation must be able to cope with andrnadapt to this mobile environment.
Here is a list of five presentation apps that givernyou more and better tools to create an effective presentation for a mobile and distributedrnworkforce. In fact, with some practice, you may find yourself creatingrnsomething that is actually interesting.
Note: This gallery is also available as an article.
Microsoft designed Sway to be used as arncollaboration tool where a team, not necessarily located in the same building,rncan develop a presentation together. The app allows content beyond the merernslideshow, with support for video, animation, and links to other websites,rnincluding social media.
Sway offers hundreds of templates to help you getrnstarted. There is also a YouTubernchannel full of tutorials for Sway. The app is available whenrnyou purchase an Office 365 subscription.
Visme is available in trial form for free, but thernnumber of templates and tools will be limited. For $16/month you can upgrade tornthe Premium version and get access to hundreds of professionally developedrntemplates.
There is an extensive set of helpful tutorialsrnavailable that should answer just about any question you have about how to usernVisme.