If the client requires a custom-made ICT solution, the company team needs to estimate what approach and technology are the best for the client’s particular requirement.
Thanks to the inquiry about client’s needs during the discovery phase, both sides will learn more about desirable outputs, methodologies, as well as the expectations.
What happens to us at ARVRtech often is that clients approach us with a particular idea how VR can help them at a specific part of their value chain or they present a challenge they want to overcome in their business and we try to identify if VR is the best tool.
Through our survey and discovery phase methodologies we make it clear what is possible to do, where the limits of technology exist, and what are associated costs for different types of VR platforms.
Thus, it is incredibly important that in the business development arena for VR, as well as for the entire ICT industry, work the people who are excellent at communicating in different languages and reaching consensus among various parties: the one of the engineering/development community and the one of the client and business/market size.