The presentation has been, and remains to be, an important communication tool, and a sales tool in particular. Usually, you learn about a new product or service from slides accompanied by an explanation by the speaker (presenter). Almost every salesperson has taken a course on “the art of effective presentation.” Over 50 million presentations are created every day in the world, and the number of PowerPoint users has exceeded half a billion.
If the presentation is so important for sales, why has its concept hardly changed for decades, despite new challenges?
When you create a presentation, you still don’t know how to make it generally informative and personal at the same time. After all, it is enough for some potential customers to show only a brief presentation, and some of them require clarification of technical details.
If you create a presentation for a colleague or partner, there is no guarantee that they’ll interpret your idea correctly and present each slide properly. The world changes and presentations are still not interactive or personalized.
The new service Roi4Presenter, developed by the Austrian company ROI4CIO, offers a rethought vision of effective presentation use.
You no longer have to dig through piles of presentations, looking for the latest version with the required slide. Managers will no longer tediously read the slide’s text, but will be able to use the prompt with the slide’s script, instead.
From the user’s point of view, the direct voice contact from the browser is quite unexpected. However, this method allows one to access the client immediately and start communicating with the person of interest right then and there, without having to agree on the time of the presentation or webinar.
A great feature of the product is that the listener can choose the presentation duration (for example, view only a short pitch). They can also grade slides and show their attitude toward certain slides. This approach allows the presenter to save time on repeating the same material and to focus on personal questions and answers.
The presenter can make a presentation anytime and anywhere using a smartphone as a remote control. Each presentation slide can be equipped with text notes for the speaker. There are also answers to frequently asked questions.
Now you can forget the phrase: “I will find and send you the presentation later.” You can immediately share a link via messenger or send a QR code. The client will view the presentation and communicate with a specialist when it is convenient, or listen to a well-recorded and polished short pitch.
On the one hand, the presenter should show the main content in 5-10 slides to focus the audience’s attention, on the other hand, during the Q&A session, 20 more slides may be needed. Where is the compromise? The app offers a special list of frequently asked questions and the option to show slides with answers immediately.
Roi4Presenter has reinvented the use of remote sales presentations, and now your presentations are always with you and ready to use.