Examine how 11 leaders in the immersive collaborative space differentiate across key C&C characteristics as they seek to define and cultivate the future of work in a hybrid environment.
Identify strengths and weaknesses of individual companies.
Determine how companies’ solutions and platforms address a diverse set of C&C needs across a wide breadth of companies.
Critical Questions Answered
Which platform captured the overall top score, best addressing remote and hybrid workspaces?
Which platforms have attracted the most users?
Who is best positioned to lead immersive collaborative space forward from a position of strength in innovation and/or implementation to support the widest array of current C&C services and technologies?
Identify the leaders and mainstream providers amongst these leading immersive collaboration platforms.
Analysis of core platform strengths in innovation and/or implementation strategy – identifying unique and differentiable features.
Evaluate how the current market is addressing the needs of remote and hybrid workspaces.
Who Should Read This?
Team leaders and decision makers in companies looking to better integrate remote and in-office workforces and bring remote collaboration closer to face-to-face interactions – in particular those who will benefit most from more deeply immersive solutions (training, 3D design, passive collaboration, virtual events)
Solutions providers within the C&C market to better understand the competitive forces impacting their business now and into the future as companies embrace hybrid environments building towards the future of work.
Operators and vendors offering technologies and services that will drive these immersive platforms forward – for example: edge and cloud services for content distribution, workflows, and onsite communications, and more advanced sensors in mobile devices (i.e. Lidar) and peripherals (i.e. eye and facial tracking in HMDs) to provide more lifelike interactions.