Link your Microsoft PowerPoint presentation to Excel sheets, databases and text files in order to display an online presentation or generate a new presentation. Displays text, pictures, graphs and other OLE objects.
Link your Microsoft PowerPoint presentation to Excel sheets, databases and text files in order to display an online presentation or generate a new presentation. An online presentation will display your slides and get its information from the various data sources. As soon as the information of the different data sources is changed, the slide will be updated automatically without leaving the presentation. An offline presentation enables you to regenerate a presentation that is based on data that is changed at regular intervals. With one click only you can regenerate a complete new up-to-date presentation. Displays text, pictures, graphs and other OLE objects.
DataPoint is a professional PowerPoint add-on that you can use to update automatically the content of your PowerPoint presentations. Enhance your PowerPoint presentations with real-time content coming from external data sources.
NewsPoint is a tool that continuously monitors various data sources and saves the results to a database or on a hard disk. These data sources include RSS, weather information, stock quotes, database replication and many more.
iPoint is a complete digital signage solution to create, schedule, distribute and monitor playlists of multimedia files. Create a playlist of your messages and commercials and schedule them to be played on all players in your factory or shops.
Save time by using our OutlookPoint add-on for quick and easy data entry applications. With OutlookPoint you can display your selected mail messages, calendar items, tasks, contacts and notes directly in your Microsoft PowerPoint presentation.
Create video playlists with images, flash, videos and Microsoft PowerPoint files. Play background music with mp3 and wma files. Display a news ticker. Display a television channel or any other video input signal. Streaming video.