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SlideSource turns two today but you get the gift!

It’s hard to believe that it’s already been two years since SlideSource went public, but we’re so excited about reaching this milestone that we’re giving you the birthday present.

For the rest of January and all of February, all new subscribers will receive a 20% discount for their first year of SlideSource service. If you’ve been on the fence for a while, consider going all in with SlideSource now!

Here are some other highlights from our second year:

  • 2016 saw some great additions to SlideSource.com, including two new features that were specifically requested by users (as so many of our new features are):
  • The first was the very popular duplicate slide search and removal function. You can find out more about this important and useful feature here.
  • We also added a “slide ownership” process that, when enabled, ensures changes to your valuable presentation content become official only after being approved by a slide’s owner. There’s more information about this feature here.
  • Once again, we were gold-level sponsors of Rick Altman’s Presentation Summit – the premiere conference for anyone who has anything to do with creating or delivering presentations. Our own Bob Befus demonstrated SlideSource to the attendees before a general session (the duplicate slide search and delete function earned an enthusiastic reaction) and we had a chance to talk to many highly-engaged presentation professionals at our booth.

So what is in store for 2017? Well, we can’t spill all the beans yet, but imagine being able to access your slide library directly from within PowerPoint? Imagine opening up a PowerPoint file and getting notified that there are updated versions of some of your slides ready to incorporate into the deck at the click of a button? Stay tuned for exciting news as we continue developing our vision for SlideSource.com into the future.

Overall, it’s been a fantastic year and we would like to thank all of our subscribers and supporters for helping to make that happen. We’re looking forward to having an even better third year and we sincerely hope you will be part of it!

 

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SlideSource at the 2016 Presentation Summit

We are very excited to announce that we will be participating in the 2016 edition of Rick Altman’s Presentation Summit taking place in October 23rd to the 26th in Las Vegas.

blog post imageYear in and year out, the Presentation Summit provides an amazing slate of speakers guaranteed to up the game of anyone involved in creating presentations at any level, in any industry. This year’s lineup is particularly notable due to the presence of the illustrious and massively talented Nancy Duarte (Slide:ology, Resonate, Illuminate).

No other conference comes even close to the Summit in providing high-impact learning experiences. You will also have an opportunity to network with a uniquely knowledgeable and generous community.

SlideSource.com is proud be a Gold Sponsor this year so we will have a table in the exhibitor area and our own Bob Befus will be sharing a few words before Tuesday’s General Session.

If you already plan on attending and would like to schedule a personal demonstration of SlideSource.com, email us at info@slidesource.com.

We look forward to seeing you there.

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The Indezine Interview

indezine-logo Microsoft PowerPoint MVP Geetesh Bajaj has been interviewing many of the speakers at this year’s Presentation Summit for his excellent presentation-focused website Indezine.

Today, Geetesh posted his recent interview with SlideSource.com’s Bob Befus who spoke at the Summit on Tuesday. The interview (which can be read in its entirety here) covers several topics including how and why SlideSource.com was developed and who a typical SlideSource.com user would be.

Here are a couple highlights:

While presentation technology has changed dramatically over the last three decades, the systems and tools for managing all of that presentation content have not kept up. In fact, these problems have gotten worse as the creation of slides and presentations has gone from primarily being the domain of specialized design teams and individuals to being a ubiquitous activity performed across all functional areas and levels.

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While large companies have sophisticated content management systems to manage most of their communication media, presentations seem to fall through the cracks.

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Since presenters were both inside and outside the company, PowerPoint files were often sent via email to users, who often made edits to target the presentation to a specific audience. These presentations were essentially lost from that point on.

Bob’s talk at the Presentation Summit was entitled “Lost in Space! Why Presentations Fall Through the Digital Cracks.” We will be posting his slides as well as highlights from the presentation (and the Summit) over the next couple of weeks.

We’re headed for The Big Easy

presumIt’s hard to believe the Summer’s over and it’s time for the SlideSource.com team to pack our bags and head down to New Orleans for this year’s sold out Presentation Summit.

As we mentioned back in July, Rick Altman’s annual professional gathering is the one place to be if your job involves creating presentations at any level, in any industry. No other conference comes close to the Summit in providing high-impact learning experiences.

Bob Befus, a major force behind the development of SlideSource.com, will be giving a a talk on Tuesday the 29th at 4:00 entitled “Lost in Space! Why Presentations Fall Through the Digital Cracks.” In other words, why is it so hard to manage presentation content in the enterprise? Highlights of the talk will be live tweeted (@SlideSource) while it happens, and we plan on making a recording available after the conference. We will also be sharing other choice tidbits from the Summit via our blog and the usual social media channels.

If you are joining us at the summit and would like to schedule a personal demonstration of SlideSource.com, email us at  info@slidesource.com.

SlideSource @ CED’s Tech Venture Conference

Tech-Venture-2015-1024x410We are  pleased to announce that SlideSource.com has been recognized as an emerging tech company to watch and has been invited to demonstrate the site at the upcoming CED Tech Venture Conference.

Taking place next month in Raleigh, North Carolina, the conference is the Southeast’s premier tech event and we are very excited about this opportunity to introduce SlideSource.com to a dynamic gathering of the region’s entrepreneurs, investors, and business leaders.

This will be a great chance for you to experience first hand how SlideSource.com can make your presentation creation process more efficient and cost effective. We’ll post an update about where you will be able to find us in the Demo Room as soon as details are available. You can also email us at info@slidesource.com if you would like to schedule a personal demonstration.

We’re looking forward to seeing you.