Immerse VIRTUAL REALITY
Over the last year, Immerse have been working with an increasing number of the UK’s leading companies. Below is a summary of how our Platform and solutions have allowed our customers to cut costs, increase efficiency and improve employee experience.
In partnership with the Oculus for Business initiative, DHL commissioned Immerse to create an interactive and immersive experience to demonstrate the possibilities of VR.
By embracing VR, they are able to dramatically increase employee engagement, skills & knowledge, multi-location interaction and team building.
As stated on the Oculus for business Blog “VR allows for new levels of immersion in learning and will enable a globally consistent learning experience for an organization that operates in more than 220 countries and territories worldwide.”
At the beginning of our relationship, Accenture relied on Immerse to design and create virtual reality scenarios for them to demonstrate to their customers the benefits of embracing VR.
More recently however, Accenture have taken a more hands on approach, creating their own VR content using our Platform and SDK.
They are now able to demonstrate not only the collaborative and immersive features of the Immerse Platform, but just how easy it is for companies to get involved.
Similar to Accenture, Inmarsat has also recently moved from demonstrating Immerse’s creations to creating their own.
In their own words, they are using new technologies to “create never before seen capabilities, providing a ‘wow-factor’, interactive space where Inmarsat and its partners can discover what customers need, and show them how Inmarsat connectivity solves their problems”
Shell have recently announced a saving of $200m since launching their interactive training environment.
Jorrit van der Togt, executive vice-president of human resources (HR) strategy states:
“It is faster, cheaper, more challenging and more fun than other types of learning – and it is also deeper… Today’s immersive learning is compelling because it is better.”