DGAP-News NeXR Technologies SE launches Virtual-Reality-Application NeXR Seminar - New Milestone for the Future of Remote Conference Management and Learning in B2B Segment
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NeXR Technologies SE launches Virtual-Reality-Application NeXR Seminar - New Milestone for the Future of Remote Conference Management and Learning in B2B Segment
NeXR Technologies SE (XETRA: 99SC) introduces with today's launch of NeXR Seminar an innovative virtual reality solution for the B2B segment. With NeXR Seminar, NeXR Technologies serves as first mover to guide companies into the new digital world of work and takes interactivity in everyday work life to a new level.
The coronavirus pandemic shows it clearly: the traditional presence-working world is increasingly giving way to a more flexible and agile form. Home office applications and remote learning tools are at the heart of an evolutionary shift in the way we work. They have come to stay. NeXR Technologies leaves its mark on this trend. With NeXR Seminar, companies benefit from a groundbreaking VR conference and seminar environment to continue to operate efficiently in an increasingly complex and digitalized working environment. NeXR Seminar builds on the know-how of the three business areas 3D-Instagraph, VRiday and OnPoint Studios. In a joint effort, the Company has succeeded in developing a VR conferencing and remote learning tool that marks a milestone for the future of remote learning and conferencing in the B2B sector.
NeXR Seminar offers significant advantages in comparison to traditional video conferences. The VR environment enables users to be virtually on-site, to interact with colleagues without losing focus on the topic or training. And all this, in the home office. In this way, NeXR Technologies combines the best of the two worlds.
The study "Digital Meeting Culture" has come to the same conclusion. Among more than 1,000 employees that were interviewed, 61% stated that they performed other activities during a conventional video conference, such as answering private emails. 12% reported having fallen asleep briefly at one point. The results confirm the assumption that video conferences are not very interactive and do not fully and efficiently involve the participants. This leads to dissatisfaction of both, companies and employees.