Motti Nisani co-founded VisualBee based on 18 years of experience in the high-tech industry. Previously, Motti was VP Business Development at NICE Systems Ltd. He has a B.Sc. degree in Engineering from Tel-Aviv University, Israel.
In this interview, Motti discusses the new VisualBee 2.0 product, and its improvements that let you enhance your PowerPoint presentations with a single click.
Geetesh: What is VisualBee and how is this new version 2 different than the previous version?
Motti: VisualBee is a cutting-edge software plug-in for automatic enhancement of PowerPoint presentations. VisualBee analyses the presentation text and structure, and builds a new professionally designed presentation with the right template, images and graphics. It is an automatic graphic designer.
We just launched VisualBee version 2.0. This version brings an all new user experience. Users have much better control on the enhanced presentation final design. With a few simple clicks, users can choose a style, modify designs and select images. In addition we have significantly increased the VisualBee designs and images database. Users can enjoy a rich PowerPoint enhancement experience with VisualBee 2.0.
Geetesh: Who is a typical VisualBee user – and what subscription plans are available to them?
Motti: VisualBee is created for PowerPoint users who care about their presentations, but do not have the time or the money to invest in creating a professional looking one. I always compare it to dress code. When you want people to take you seriously and listen to you, you should dress smartly and have a good looking presentation. In the same way, when your presentation looks good, people tend to listen to you.
VisualBee is freemium, meaning users can use VisualBee for free to enhance their presentations. Power users who would like additional capabilities such as: access to a larger library of design styles, larger image bank and the ability to brand presentations with their company logo, will need to be premium users. The cost is $9 per month or $75 for an annual subscription.
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