Despite many upstarts seeking to make their mark on presentations over the years, Microsoft’s PowerPoint remains the number one presentation player globally, with an estimated 95 percent market share.

Given Microsoft’s ubiquity in the business realm, it can be difficult for companies to shift entirely to new presentation tools, even if they are willing.

However, there is nothing stopping them from using different programs for different situations.

Against that backdrop, San Francisco-based, which pitches itself as “the first AI-powered presentation design tool,” is launching out of beta today.

Though PowerPoint has evolved over the past three decades, the underlying concept remains the same: The end user creates the content and is responsible for the layout and general look and feel.

And this is where is hoping to find its niche.

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