Do you dread creating storyboards, flowcharts and information maps for your presentations? Presenting information can be tedious and time-consuming. Instantly download our Swim Lane diagram PowerPoint template. We take all the guesswork out of your flowcharts by setting up templates that are vector-based, high-definition and come in a choice of color themes.
Keep your audience engaged and on board with our slides that clearly show your information in an interesting and professional format. Presenting information maps and flowcharts can be as boring as watching paint dry, so we've added some extra abilities in our Swim Lane Diagram slides. No matter your industry or business needs, you can easily edit, resize, revise and add your own text and sub-headings to our basic template to create a presentation that will hold your audience's focus through to the end of your talk.
Available for several platforms including Microsoft PowerPoint, Google Slides and Apple Keynote, our slides can be customized for maximum engagement and ease of use. We provide value for your money by eliminating the need to spend your valuable time creating presentations from scratch. The foundation is there for you already. Simply edit and plug in your text and data to create a presentation that reflects your unique business culture and environment.
This template set works for all aspects of your business. Whether you're presenting to your supply chain, teaching about workflow in the office, or how to submit an expense report; information is clear, ordered and professionally presented.
We know that things can change in a hurry when you're in the midst of market fluctuations. Our templates can be quickly updated and edited to reflect changes up to the minute before you make your presentation. We take the tedium and busy work out of building a quality presentation. Simply revise your slides as needed and present with confidence at all levels of management and staff. We designed our templates to impress with the quality of our graphics that add a little bit of the “wow” factor to the visual aspect of your talk.