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Visualize Data On Salesforce with VR CRM solution

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08 August 2019
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Fast decision making has become one of the most important characteristics of successful business managers. Overloaded with tons of information, manages and business owners lack instruments for quick situation overview and easy to use interfaces.

JET BI launched a groundbreaking R&D project to have CRM functionality available in Virtual Reality. Although the VR CRM project is now the developmental stage, we already have a short demo to share with you.

The solution is based on Salesforce and Unity. Virtual Reality allows better visualization and focus,  as well as higher productivity and faster decision making for business-critical situations.

Each opportunity is represented as a sphere with the color of the sphere depending on the Opportunity priority. The color scheme is used to reinforce the focus provided by motion. Manipulation with the spheres-opportunities using controllers in VR allows changing their stage on the sales pipeline like via desktop Salesforce CRM instance.

The 3D environment with outstanding UX capacities provides a user with generic options for visualizing data and expands the data perception.

Want to become a part of innovative projects like this? Contact our HR team to get on JET BI board!


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We have available resources to start working on your project within 5 business days

1 UX Designer

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1 Admin

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2 QA engineers

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1 Consultant

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Steps following request submission

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After receiving your request, we analyze it and we offer free online meeting slots (via email) so that we can discuss your needs in as much detail as possible

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We begin gathering all necessary requirements to create comprehensive estimates, including timelines, resource allocations, risk assessments, and underlying assumptions.

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Once all preparations are in place, we will initiate the project and move forward with the planned tasks