Empressr is the first web-based application that lets you create, share and store presentations online.
It goes beyond current presentation applications by enabling you to incorporate rich media features, like streaming video and animation, to create the most dynamic presentations possible. With Empressr, you can create a rich media presentation in minutes. And you don't need to have experience with Flash in order to create it. That's because Empressr has an intuitive wizard that assists you in selecting the text, fonts, images and multimedia assets you wish to use - making it a snap to create an impressive presentation. Every presentation you create is stored online on a secure server. Only you, and the people you want to give access to, can view your presentations. You can save up to five presentations for free. Plus, soon you'll be able to purchase more presentation storage when you need it. You'll need an account in order to save your presentations but registration is free. Any presentation you create can be shared with clients, team members or friends and family. You just use Empressr's integrated tool to send them an email with a link to your presentation. Then all they need is a web browser to view your presentation online.
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