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Oculus adds everis to its directory of independent vendors of virtual reality software.

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Oculus has highlighted everis’ capacity for innovation within the panorama of virtual reality and how it has implemented this technology exponentially in the corporate sphere, by featuring it in their directory of independent software vendors (ISV) and developers.

This recognition seeks to highlight the use of Oculus virtual reality headsets in projects that increase productivity, enable collaboration and remote workingand help people to learn and acquire knowledge in different spheres of society.

An Oculus requirement for companies to be a part of this ISV program is that they should have designed, developed and implemented commercial VR solutions, in addition to having made at least one implementation or a pilot version for a Global Fortune 2000 customer, and to specialize in creating training resources, simulations, data visualization or remote collaboration in VR.

As a member of the NTT DATA group, everis presents its expertise in this field with NAKA, an easy-to-use VR platform that combines customized and immersive learning scenarios, collaborative environments, presentation rooms, and company-specific processes.