Prezi hits 75 million users and enhances its presentation software with business productivity tools

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Hungarian-American cloud-based presentation software maker Prezi has released a new service dubbed 'Prezi Business', adding a range of business-focused productivity tools such as team and audience collaboration capabilities, engagement analytics, integration with Slack, and remote presenting to its nifty presentation software.

Peter Arvai, co-founder and CEO of Prezi, reveals in a comment that the company now boasts 75 million users, up from 60 million last September and 50 million two years ago when it raised $57 million in November 2014:

"Millennials constitute a huge part of our 75 million user base, as they've moved into the professional world, they've brought their modern expectations and favorite tools with them," he said. "We designed Prezi Business for users like them; for those that want a more visual, collaborative, data-driven and — most importantly — conversational way to present."

More than 260 million 'prezis' have been created to date, the company says.

Prezi was founded in 2009 and is backed by the likes of Accel Partners, Spectrum Equity and TED conferences. We recently caught up with another one of its co-founders, Péter Halácsy, so stay tuned for our upcoming podcast.


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