The cloud service now offers private online meetings, analytics and collaboration tools for businesses.
Prezi has been going from strength to strength since BIT covered it two years ago, having approximately doubled its number of users since then.
Now there's a new version of cloud presentation platform called Prezi Business, which adds some interesting new features.
On the creation side, Prezi Business includes co-editing and commenting features, making collaboration easier.
When the time comes to give the presentation, each user gets a private virtual meeting room for remote presentations without the need for screen sharing software.
And when people independently view a prezi (a Prezi presentation), the system collects and analyses their activity.
"Knowing what parts of the information you send potential clients interest them is invaluable for prospecting. You are able to tell not only if they clicked on your presentation but also how much time they invested and into which part. With this information you can approach a prospect knowing their perspective which in turn makes the relationship a little less complicated," said Murrough Connellan, a sales development representative at Zendesk and early user of Prezi Business.
Prezi Business also integrates with Slack, delivering notifications when someone has shared, edited or viewed a prezi.
For those who haven't tried it, Prezi takes a completely different approach to presentations. Rather than creating sideshows, Prezi creates a giant canvas and you zoom in on the information or graphics that you want to focus on.
You can try it for free, and even continue to use the standard version for free if you don't mind your presentations being publicly available.
So how much does Prezi Business cost?
According to the company, "Prezi Business was designed for teams and contains premium features specifically designed for sales and marketing professionals. Prezi Business is available only with a Team license and pricing will vary depending on team size and other aspects of the package they choose."