PowerPoint is a fantastic tool that most organizations have easy access to. PowerPoint is even more powerful when you use these PowerPoint integrations we’ve provided:
Let’s look at each of these and see how they work.
Digital Signage PowerPoint Integration
Digital signage is growing exponentially as people discover the flexibility of displaying their signs and advertising on monitors and TVs instead of expensive printed or plastic signage.
To integrate your digital signage with PowerPoint, our iPoint digital signage software has PowerPoint integration built in to let you easily show your PowerPoints, images, videos, audio files and other media on your digital signage.
Facebook PowerPoint Integration
To integrate PowerPoint with Facebook, we have created Dynamic Likes, a PowerPoint integration that lets you show your Facebook likes in real-time on any PowerPoint slide.
Google Calendar Integration with PowerPoint
Google Calendar is the most popular calendar program worldwide. Millions of professionals and home users rely on Google’s web-based calendar and related apps to manage their appointments and activities.
Using our DataPoint PowerPoint add-on, you can connect your PowerPoint presentations to any Google Calendar. Our clients use this to:
- show team availability
- manage bookings for meeting and training rooms
- display live, updating event calendars for event facilities
- and much more
Google Sheets PowerPoint Integrations
Google Sheets has become a popular online alternative to Microsoft Excel. Our Google Sheets PowerPoint integrations let you connect any PowerPoint presentation to your live data on Google Sheets.
This lets you create charts that update in real-time as well as tables that always include your latest figures.
JSON PowerPoint Integration
Microsoft Access PowerPoint Integration
Microsoft Access is a database system from Microsoft and is part of the popular Microsoft Office software suite. Our DataPoint software includes built-in Microsoft Access PowerPoint integration so you can show data from Access in real-time in any PowerPoint presentation.
Microsoft Excel has become the world-leading industry standard for spreadsheets. Excel is part of the Microsoft Office software bundle. Datapoint lets you connect to the huge amounts of data currently kept in spreadsheets. In addition, most data programs have an export to Excel option, allowing you to connect to data sources you normally might not realize you can connect to.
Microsoft Exchange Server
Microsoft Exchange Server is an e-mail and calendar server developed by Microsoft. Our Exchange integration using DataPoint lets you display email messages, calendar items, appointments, contacts, notes and tasks in real-time. You can also use the integration to create your own meeting room booking system.
Microsoft SQL Server
Microsoft SQL Server is a database network server that runs on Windows, Linux and Docker containers. You can create queries in our DataPoint software to retrieve data from Microsoft SQL Servers and display them in your PowerPoint presentations for live data or reporting purposes.
Yammer is an enterprise level communication tool for organizations. It gives your groups a shared suite of resources to manage documents, showcase content, share notes and organize responsibilities. Yammer is part of the Office 365 Suite. Our DataPoint tool can be used to integrate Yammer with any PowerPoint presentation.
MySQL is the world’s most popular open source database. Any data contained in your MySQL databases can be shown in PowerPoint using DataPoint.
OData stands for Open Data Protocol. It is an open protocol that allows the creation of RESTFUL (Representational State Transfer) APIs for creating web services. Our DataPoint software allows you to use OData live in your PowerPoint presentations.
ODBC stands for Open Database Connectivity. ODBC is an API (Application Programming Interface) for accessing database management system. ODBC aims to be independent of database and operating systems, making it easier to port applications written in ODBC from one platform to another. Once again, DataPoint lets you make real-time database connections using ODBC.
OLE DB stands for Object Linking and Embedding, Database. This is an API written by Microsoft. Once again, you can use DataPoint to gather information directly via this API.
OPC Data Integration
OPC stands for Open Platform Communications, This is a series of standards for industrial communications. These are used for communication of real-time data between automation control devices from different manufacturers. Common in the manufacturing industry and in what is commonly called Industry 4.0. Our DataPoint Industrial Edition has been built to handle OPC Data.
Oracle is a proprietary database format from Oracle Corporation. Customers using Oracle databases can use our Oracle PowerPoint integration in DataPoint to show real-time data from any Oracle database.
RSS Feed Integration
RSS is a type of web feed that allows users to access updates to web sites, news, etc. using a standard readable format. Our DataPoint PowerPoint add-on lets you display live, real-time updating RSS feeds in PowerPoint. This is used by many facilities to show up to date news and weather on computer monitors and TVs.
Text files are some of the oldest form of databases around. Our DataPoint text files/PowerPoint Integration can handle most of the common text file formats, including tab-separated, comma-separated or custom separated files.
Twitter is one of the most popular forms of social media. Our Twitter/PowerPoint integration lets you show a live-updating Twitter feed in real-time.
Weather PowerPoint Integration
Weather is one of the most searched terms in search engines and many facilities are now showing the local weather and news on their digital signage to keep employees and visitors informed.
Our Dynamic Elements and DataPoint add-ons let you show live weather updates on any computer monitor or TV screen
XML stands for eXtensible Markup Language and is a markup language much like HTML. Our DataPoint PowerPoint add-in lets you connect directly to XML sources to display your data in real-time.