The company responsible for developing VR software to train employees in commercial environments receives a large investment from GreatPoint Ventures.
After adding Walmart to its customer list as we recently published, the company STRIVR this time it attracts the attention of a venture capital company that seems to have found in the RV its next opportunity.
“In a world that continues to drift towards asset management and predictive analytics, human capital has been largely ignored with outdated training and development tools. STRIVR gives companies like Walmart the ability to guide their workforce development and conservation through immersive VR experiences in an environment identical to their workplace,” said Ray Lane, Associate Manager, GreatPoint Ventures.
In addition to $ 16 million, the agreement with GPV resulted in the integration of Lane himself to the board of directors, with the intention of helping in commercial relations in the future. Of time STRIVR now has more customers who want to transform the way in which they are to their workers, such as Tyson Foods, which ensures that your rate of accidents has been reduced by up to 20% after deploying the systems, training of staff, and where 89% of the participants assures feel more prepared after you have participated in your program through the viewers Oculus Go.