Prezi, the seven-year-old startup that aims to reinvent the way that people make presentations, has launched a new business-focused offering that’s aimed at getting companies to use its software instead of rivals like PowerPoint. What’s really new in SharePoint 2016?With SharePoint 2016, Microsoft is going back to what SharePoint is all about: Easy collaboration,READ NOWTeams that sign up for Prezi Business will get several new features, including the ability to present over the Web, analytics to understand how different parts of presentations fly with audiences, and real-time collaboration. It’s a major push for the presentation software company, which is competing against Microsoft, Google and Apple with a cloud-based tool that pans and zooms through a canvas, rather than showing an audience a series of slides. Prezi CEO Peter Arvai said in an interview that the software’s ability to easily show relationships between presentation elements makes it a more effective tool for convincing an audience.Prezi has plenty of usage, especially in the consumer space, but it wants to get more business customers. Prezi’s business-focused pitch is another attempt to try and get companies to pick up its software, building on its Prezi for Teams offering that is currently paid for by 8,000 companies.Arvai said that Prezi Business was created in part to help support a fleet of millennial users who started presenting with Prezi when they were in school and who now want to bring those tools into the business sphere. But it’s quite one thing to support an insurgent millennial user base, and another to force the remaining people inside a company or team to also get on board with Prezi. Its interface is something between applications like PowerPoint and a graphics program like Photoshop, which means people who are used to building PowerPoint presentations will have to learn a new interface. There are pre-existing templates that will help users get started, and Prezi will offer training to companies as part of the offering.