As Jean-Marc Chanoine stated in “7 essential tips for mastering PowerPoint as a consultant”, professional services firms, and especially management consultancies, are heavy users of Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint – every interview, meeting, data analysis and research piece they conduct is turned into an insight, and converted into a presentation, proposal or report.
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Best practices are at the core of consultancy firms, who share their expertise every day to make other companies more efficient. This expertise has been built up over decades of hard work and is the main reason why they are so successful.
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In the legal world, documents are vital and unavoidable. From proposals and contracts to briefs and pleadings, law firms deal with highly sensitive and complex information daily. Quick, easy and secure document creation is key to keeping a legal business viable.
The century-old practice of signing your name on the dotted line is rapidly becoming extinct. In just five years, the digital signature sector has become one of the fastest-growing markets. It’s grown from $89 million to $754 million and with current predictions valuing 2023’s global market at $9.07 billion.
The recently commissioned Total Economic Impact study shows global enterprise organizations delivered workflows faster, saved money and improved employee productivity by leveraging Templafy’s cloud-based template and asset management platform.
Speaking to CBS News earlier this year, Artificial Intelligence (AI) expert Kai Fu Lee aired a terrifying prediction for Artificial Intelligence in the workplace. In the next 15 years, Lee predicted, task-automating robots would replace 40% of jobs worldwide.
How many hours a week does your team spend creating documents? If recent statistics are anything to go by, we’re guessing it’s a lot. According to a new study by Forrester employees spend an average of 16 hours per week creating documents, presentations and other content within the Microsoft Office software suite – with Office placing annual document creation at a staggering 50 billion. And that’s just documents created using Office.
Business communication thrives on the use of tools. Instant messenger, email, video conferencing software, documents, presentations – the list goes on.
Crafting a killer presentation is a skill that can make or break a business. Imagine Eduardo Saverin had tanked his 2004 pitch for “thefacebook.com” or the Uber team had bored their audience to tears with the startup’s 2008 investment presentation? The world we live in (as well as Zuckerberg’s bank balance) would look very different.