It took less time to produce this film than has to make a series of posts about it.
Here's the second part of a quickly drawn storyboard for a corporate film. First part is here.
Coming up with means of motion without having to animate will make a quick turnaround feasible.
The wrecking ball in the above board is an example.
The guy flies off. Cut to full shot of him about to land.
Its motion graphic that pretends to be animation.
And the logo. Its usually a good idea to graphically connect the product to the selling point.
Here saving money is the pitch. Dollars -> logo.
Guys sitting at a desk is almost as bad as shots of a computer screen. But sometimes you've got to do it.
This sequence turned out pretty funny. Since the characters don't have real articulation, they maniacally waved their arms to "type" while a typewriter sound effect telegraphed the action.