Just as we wrote about XR influencing the future of the workplace at large, Meta is coming with Meta for Work. Companies seek ways to improve their operations, and this enterprise solution integrates advanced hardware and software to allow it.
Meta for Work seems to pose as a strong player particularly in the realms of training and development. Our aim is to provide all necessary tools and guidance one might need for adoption – but firstly let’s have a look at what this solution promises and to what degree it can benefit the enterprise applications.
The bottom line of this offer is merging the hardware and intelligent software into one comprehensive system, which is supposed to transform the workflows with substantial efficiency and engagement. Meta’s internal research claims a recognizable cost savings from early rework elimination for 49% architecture, engineering, and construction firms – all benefits of virtual reality integration. When it comes to training, VR learners demonstrate up to four times greater focus than traditional e-learners, and 66% of professionals report enhanced performance in VR meetings due to fewer distractions compared to video calls.
This is what a company can benefit from by signing up for Quest for Business, which by all means is a significant promise. As an addition to that, Meta offers customized advice for businesses to match their needs, get the best out of the offer, and address every aspect where interaction can be upgraded to a higher level.
Source : Meta
From a technical standpoint, Meta for Work’s infrastructure boasts deployment mechanisms, allowing for rapid integration into existing IT ecosystems. The admin hub serves as the operational core, offering robust management tools for user oversight, content customization, and analytics. This functionality is particularly beneficial to Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) due to scalability and flexibility to develop and deploy tailored training modules. The system’s architecture supports an array of plugins and integrations, enabling businesses to extend functionality and seamlessly incorporate Meta for Work into their training and development strategies, thereby enhancing efficiency, productivity, and ultimately, customer satisfaction through superior service and expertise.
Meta for Work should directly translate into higher customer satisfaction and business growth. In customer satisfaction strategies, it promises to become a great tool for innovative training and development solutions. If it empowers businesses on a continuous basis, it can lead to restoring and fostering loyalty towards the product offerings that will follow after, which is much needed for Meta.
If you are interested in leveraging the Meta for Work line into your processes to reach effective training sessions, infinite creative opportunities or immersive team collaborations, click here.
Additionally, we recommend exploring the free-of-charge Quest 3 and Quest for Business knowledge bases for questions that lie on the technical side.
Petra Palusova is writer for the VRX blog with an affinity for all-things-XR. Architect, systems scientist specialized in XR and synthetic environments, Petra is currently active as a product design lead, advisor and researcher delivering best practices, communications and business strategies to technology companies building XR products and platforms. A true jack of all trades!