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Comparing Multiple Alternatives
from deck Sales Business Case Study Template (PowerPoint graphics)

Comparing Multiple Alternatives

Slide Content

The slide titled "Comparing Multiple Alternatives" appears to be designed for evaluating different solutions against a set of criteria. Each criterion is represented by a 3D blue chevron with space for a description. Four solutions are listed vertically on the left, each with a corresponding graphic icon and a checkmark (tick) or cross (X) icon horizontally across to indicate whether the solution meets each criterion.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is white with a large light blue horizontal band across the slide which subtly separates the title from the content.
  • The slide title is at the top in dark blue, capitalized font, followed by a subtitle in smaller font size.
  • A table is used to compare the solutions, consisting of light gray horizontal lines and columns separated by white space.
  • Each solution is labeled with a numbered "Solution" and a unique icon to its left, placed within a blue oval-shaped button.
  • Five 3D blue chevron shapes across the top represent the criteria, which are numbered and have a placeholder text.
  • Checkmark and cross symbols in a circle indicate compliance or non-compliance for each criterion per solution.
  • The icons for the solutions and the checkmark/cross symbols are color-coded to match the blue theme.

The slide has a clean, professional look with a color scheme of blue, green, and gray, creating a visually harmonious layout. The use of icons and checkmarks/crosses provides an easy-to-understand visual representation of the comparison.

Use Cases

  • To compare product features or services during business meetings to help stakeholders make informed decisions.
  • To evaluate different vendor proposals by listing pros and cons in a procurement process.
  • In project management meetings, to illustrate the suitability of various project approaches or tools.
  • During strategic planning sessions, to weigh different potential business initiatives or investments against organizational criteria.

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