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Benefits of Virtual Product Demos
Virtual product demos can provide an interactive and effective experience of your technology products, allowing customers to better visualize themselves benefitting from your products. The interactive technology demo accomplishes this without requiring the use of, or even presence, of your actual product saving on shipping costs. Virtual product demos also offer your sales team the ability to reach more customers anytime, anywhere without unnecessary travel costs.
Most popular virtual options to support event replacement and in-person experiences
A virtual product demo is a powerful demonstration that shows the key features and benefits of your technology or solution, delivered in a fun and interactive presentation.
Augmented Reality a technology that superimposes a computer-generated image or model on a user's view of the real world, thus providing a composite view. While Virtual Reality implies a complete immersion experience that shuts out the physical world.
An online 3D viewer lets you view 3D models with lighting controls, inspect model data and visualize different shading modes.
Augmented Reality introduces a new way for your potential customers to see and experience complex built-to-order products with an immersive, full-scale digital representation overlaid onto any physical space. Interact with animations or explosions to see in-depth detail and hidden features only visible with an AR virtual demo. Augmented Reality deepens the experience by bringing a model into your prospect’s work place, wherever they might be, bringing a WOW effect to the sales presentation.
According to a study from Deloitte, 20% of today’s companies identified that the most significant impact of digital disruption would be the enabling of new ways to interact with customers.
Augmented reality is changing the way we do business and is now fast adopted by the companies for sales presentations, troubleshooting and customer support. In the same survey from Deloitte, 88% of mid-market companies (with annual revenues of between $100 million - $1 billion) are already using some form of virtual or augmented reality as part of their business.