XR technology and content providers are seeing strong growth in enterprise

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Based on interviews of more than 750 professionals, VR Intelligence reports that providers are shifting their focus towards enterprise XR solutions.

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VR Intelligence, a network of the leading decision makers in virtual, augmented and mixed realities recently released an industry report titled as XR Industry Insight Report 2019–2020.

Based on interviews and surveys of more than 750 XR professionals, the report is an in-depth analysis of the state of the global XR market today and seeks to distil emerging XR trends into a clear narrative to determine the sector’s future direction.

The report finds strong evidence that XR is establishing itself quickly and strongly in supporting enterprise, but still struggling to gain a major foothold for consumers: almost half (49.2%) report that growth on the consumer side was weaker than expected, as opposed to just 25.7% in the VR for enterprise segment.

Attempting to chase this growth, XR technology and content providers are following suit and shifting their focus towards providing enterprise XR solutions, with 73% of these companies saying they are working on VR for enterprise functions and just under 65% doing the same for AR/MR, as opposed to less than half working on VR consumer functions and 37.4% working on AR/MR.

Likewise, hardware, software and third-party content creators for extended reality (XR) are seeing much stronger enterprise growth compared to consumer sector growth over the last 12 months: almost half (49.2%) reported that growth on the consumer side was weaker than expected, as opposed to just 25.7% in the VR for enterprise segment.

Different applications of XR notwithstanding, the gains from successfully leveraging XR are real and demonstrable. 93% of enterprise users said that VR had had a positive impact on their business and 88.4% said the same for AR/MR. And in 2019, we have seen a series of high-profile announcements from the likes of Facebook, Google, Apple, Huawei and YouTube, suggesting 2020 could be a breakthrough year for consumer XR.

To dissect more of these key trends and understand where the XR market is heading globally, VR Intelligence interviewed and surveyed over 750 XR professionals working at the sharp end of XR implementation, of whom 35% come from C-suite positions. Featuring real-world case studies and insights from HTC Vive, OculusRift, Intel, Nvidia and more, the XR Industry Insight Report takes a comprehensive dive into the XR landscape of today and seeks to distil what the future holds for this young but blossoming industry.

You can get a copy of the full report here.

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