The Waterfall Model for PowerPoint mimics the waterfall model. This model is a design process that is primarily used in software development. This model illustrates progress as a steady downward flow that is similar to a waterfall. It shows this through different phases such as initiation, conception, design, analysis, testing, construction, implementation and production and maintenance. This development model comes from both the construction and manufacturing industries and are designed in environments where post-production changes can be costly if not totally impossible, helping businesses address the issues before they begin.
The Waterfall Model for PowerPoint shows all of these different processes in one place. It makes it visually appealing and easier to consume the ideas. This template presents the information in a few different ways. The first way is cut and dry and shows the bare processes of analysis, design, code, test, display and maintenance; the following slides present the same information but allow you to elaborate. Each one has different colors that are associated with it along with small areas with corresponding colors upon which you can include more information on each one.
There are plenty of places for you to elaborate on your points with the Waterfall Model for PowerPoint as it comes with many different slides. Each one is fully editable and customizable so that you can ensure your points are visually appealing and able to get your points across in a clear and concise way to better your projects.