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Some AR Stats to Think About

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If you think Augmented Reality/Mixed Reality is still just something to think about, think again! This technology is being used in everyday businesses across all industries to improve business processes in multiple ways. Companies are using it for everything from employee training to enhanced/shorter sales cycles. Architects and construction firms are communicating better with clients and the trades to catch design flaws before they become expensive issues. And companies of all sizes are using this technology to collaborate and communicate with remote teams.

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Until then enjoy this infographic with some statistics that could make you think twice about using AR for your business. If you are ready to talk or just have a question, call 800-803-1050 or Contact Us to see how easy it is to get your business AR ready. We are enabling digital transformation for everyday business.

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