Explaining OLAP Data Cube Concept with PowerPoint Graphics

Presenting how complex data analytics operation works is hard. While explaining the OLAP data cube concept, you need to express several abstract terms at once. However, you also need to maintain your audience’s attention. They can’t learn what you need them to if they lose track and fall asleep!

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Use Creative Bar and Column Chart Templates to Lighten Data-Heavy Presentations

Is your next presentation containing a bunch of small graphs, default column chart diagrams and tables? All stuck together on one slide? Then you’re suffering a data-heavy slide symptom.

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Using Conveyor Belt Graphics to Present Linear and Serial Processes

Presenting a set of steps or a sequential process? Need to explain a product launch, or want to create a creative, unique visual for timelines and flow charts? Visual conveyor belt metaphors are great for helping to explain multi-stage or multi-phase processes. Such linear flows and procedures – they can all easily be explained with creative imagery.

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Explain Assembly Processes and Hierarchies with Creative Crane Graphics

Creating visuals for abstract ideas is challenging. Do you wish you could present more cohesively? If you’ve struggled to illustrate the transition between tasks “to do” and those which are done, crane graphics and diagrams may be what you need.

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Articulate Your Plans for 2020 with Calendar Graphics

Are you already planning 2020? If you are working on building next year’s calendar for your business, you might have found that pre-made 2020 calendar graphics don’t suit your needs. If you’re like most, you want to take a creative approach to plan your year.

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How to Use Branching Arrow for Creating Flow Chart Diagrams

Do you need to explain a process which splits into three or more elements? You can easily accomplish this goal with PowerPoint graphics. If you’ve tried to draw arrow shapes manually, then you know it’s difficult to create sleek, elegant curved shapes quickly. We knew it would be much easier to show a flow chart which forks with pre-designed branching arrow shapes.

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What Graphics do You Need to Pitch Your Business Idea?

Will you be making a light pitch or business presentation soon? If you need to secure funds or additional resources for a project you will need to make a compelling presentation. Elegant visuals can aid that purpose. Whether you build your own graphics or use our investor pitch deck, you will need modern, professional icons.

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How to use Value Chain Model Presentation Diagrams

Do you need to explain the value chain model? If you’re conducting business using the value chain model, you can do so with visuals. Flow charts can be immensely helpful when breaking down the value chain consulting approach. Explain how the value chain model serves to evaluate company activities which deliver a product or service directly to the end client.

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Creative Uses for Filter Process Diagrams in PowerPoint

Do you need to present or explain your client selection process or recruitment processes? Filter process diagrams are meant to illustrate the different stages of sales and marketing. They make it easier to present a large amount of information. The structured way information is presented will help your audience understand your message.

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