Oculus is partnering with virtual reality (VR) software developers to provide VR solutions to companies, institutions, and governments around the world, and Modest Tree has been selected as an Oculus ISV Program member.
The Oculus Independent Software Vendors (ISV) Program engages select enterprise developers and software companies to accelerate the enterprise adoption of VR solutions. It’s an important step in what is being termed “the Immersive (R)evolution,” where VR technologies are becoming a more critical part of day-to-day enterprise operations, from remote collaboration to immersive training delivery.
The ISV Program seeks qualified developers who have designed, developed, and deployed enterprise VR applications that use the Oculus VR headset to increase productivity, learning effectiveness, collaboration, and remote work, and who have implemented at least one VR application for a Fortune 2000 company.
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Modest Tree was selected to the Oculus ISV Program as a result of their focus on leveraging immersive technologies to provide remote 3D VR, augmented reality, and extended reality training experiences and sales visualizations to enterprise clients in the manufacturing, defence, and automotive industries.
“Joining Oculus’s ISV Program will allow Modest Tree to accelerate the deployment of effective VR and AR solutions to our enterprise clients,” states Modest Tree Founder and CEO Sam Sannandeji. “By doing so, we can help them better transform their businesses and boost their ROI with more effective training and marketing content, giving them a competitive advantage within their enterprise market.”