Prezi Hits 5 Million Users

Prezi Hits 5 Million Users

Interactive cloud-based presentation service Prezi has announce it just passed five million registered users. The impressive milestone has been reached in 2 years, according to a post on the company’s blog.

To mark the occasion, the company developed the Prezi (of course) below which shows its progress highlighting its most significant moments along the way.

F**k it, we'll do it live!

Our biggest ever edition of TNW Conference is fast approaching! Join 10,000 tech leaders this May in Amsterdam.

The company has a pretty unique background. The concept was born in Budapest, Hungary, in 2007 when architect and artist Adam Somlai-Fischer, who had long tinkered with zooming presentions, built the prototype Prezi product on the advice of Budapest University of Technology professor Peter Halacsy.

Somali-Fischer and Halacsy, who is now Head of Product, then recruited Peter Arvai as CEO, and the trio build the product into a company. Prezi was launched in April 2009, a year that proved to eventful seeing investment from TED Conferences and Sunstone Capital and the opening of a San Francisco office in November.

Read next: Samsung provides a glimpse of Google's Nexus Prime handset in new teaser video

Shh. Here's some distraction