Product Roadmap Gantt Chart PowerPoint Template and Keynote
Product Roadmap Gantt Chart PowerPoint Template
Product roadmap Gantt chart PowerPoint template and keynote slide is a statistical tool that can be used to present the phases of product development. Product Roadmap Gantt Chart PowerPoint contains seven slides. Gantt chart is a kind of bar chart with the sequence of flat parallel lines showing the amount of work completed or production done in certain periods of time in relation to the amount as devised by Henry Gantt in 1910. The bar chart shows 4 quarters and an extra quarter of two years 2016 and 2017 and the different products, the first chart shows a straight horizontal line and various points marked in different quarters with release version written in dotted text boxes. These points also remain constant among other templates too and they are Design, Development, and Testing.
Next slide is Product Development Roadmap Gantt Chart which is similar to the first one but it has a set of two lines going across the chart with the points in different sections as marked, you also have an option to edit in the text on the left side first column as well as beneath every line as a one-liner, The template is available in white and black background. Multiple Product Roadmap Gantt Chart is the next slide where the only difference is seen on the first column where the variation is compared between product 1, 2 and 3, as always the points will differ based on the units at different point of the quarters. You have an option to edit in the text near the lines and the template is available in white and black backgrounds. Development Product Roadmap Gantt Chart is the last one where its similar to Multiple Product Gantt Chart but instead of two lines one single line is seen while making a comparison with product 1, 2 and 3, the template is available in white and black backgrounds and also you can edit in your text beneath or above the lines.
The Product Roadmap timeline Gantt chart PowerPoint may look a little complicated but it is the best to indicate a work schedule, the summary of a project, assignment completion etc. and makes a good impression when making a presentation.