Customer: A Swiss business consultant
Situation: The business consultant is about to conclude his meeting with his clients at noon in Switzerland. Just before walking out the door he takes a photo of the whiteboard that was used during the meeting. It shows the proposed new structure for the company.
PowerPoint Problem: Several key people worked all afternoon on this diagram and the information needs to be communicated to a larger group the next day for feedback. The consultant needs to capture this diagram on a PowerPoint slide but he does not have the time or skills to make it look good and present it by tomorrow. Fortunately, he has a team in India on call ready to do his work overnight.
Solution: Within 2 hours the consultant sends the 24point0 PowerPoint experts the photo of the whiteboard along with instructions on how to make a presentation. The 24point0 team receives the photo and instructions at 8 AM India time. The team reviews the project and the team leader assigns it to the most capable available person – Henry.
Henry works with his team leader to review the project and then goes to work recreating the whiteboard diagram. He also creates 3 supporting slides. At 11:30 AM India time he is finished and sends the PowerPoint slides back to the Swiss consultant for feedback. The consultant makes some modifications and sends the notations so that Henry knows exactly what to do. Henry is familiar with this iterative process because other consultants we have worked with evolve their presentations in a similar way. Henry makes the adjustments to the diagram and makes other minor changes. A final quality check. The team leader approves. Henry sends it back to the consultant in Switzerland. The consultant wakes up to find his completed PowerPoint polished and ready to present.
Result: Everyone at the meeting is amazed at the way the consultant was able to create such a high-quality presentation so quickly.
And Henry? He leans back in his chair satisfied that he provides value to customers across the globe. The team leader comes up to him and congratulates him on a job well done…and tells him that he has another consultant with a PowerPoint problem who needs his help today.