Essentially, it allows you to explain your commercial position while also telling a story. If, for instance, you want to impress upon your audience that you’re facing a huge but scalable challenge, then, instead of using a flat powerpoint platform, you might choose Prezi’s mountaineering template. With each and every milestone, your audience is taken up the proverbial cliff-face. Prezi essentially offers a visual representation of what you’re trying to describe – and people respond to stories. J.K. Rowling’s bank balance can attest to that.
The basic version of Prezi is free but it stores your projects on the public cloud for others to view - the very kind of nakedness that most of us are trying to avoid by doing a good presentation in the first place. In contrast, the private version of the software starts at US$4.92/month, and we don’t think that’s outrageous. After all, your employer’s most likely to pay it, for the good of the company and all that. Otherwise, if you’re using Prezi to further your own interests then... you just wish you’d come up with Prezi yourself. Everyone loves a prezzie.