XMReality signs global framework agreement with Verisure
Verisure SARL, the Swiss headquarter of Verisure, and XMReality AB have signed a global framework agreement for XMReality Remote Guidance. Verisure will initially make a deployment of XMReality Remote Guidance in their technical support function for home alarms in Sweden.
(Tue, Feb 01, 2022 12:23 CET) Verisure is a leading provider of professionally monitored security solutions. The company has more than 4 million customers in 16 countries across Europe and Latin America. Their business model integrates product development, design and sales with installation, service and a 24/7 professional monitoring solution.
“We are very pleased to have signed this global framework agreement with Verisure. It’s a great possibility to grow the usage of XMReality Remote Guidance within the B2C-market. The agreement also sets the base for a fast expansion within Verisure, both in terms of functions across the company and deployment in the other 15 countries of operations. The monetary value of this agreement remains to be seen within the coming 12 months.”, says Andreas Jonsson, Chief Business Development Officer at XMReality.
For more information, please contact:
Johanna Edepil, CMO XMReality
Phone: +46 730 981 281
About XMReality Remote Guidance™
XMReality Remote Guidance is an AR-enabled knowledge sharing tool that lets you communicate with gestures, speech, chat and pointers with someone at a completely different place. It includes:
- A unique hands-overlay technology that lets you guide someone else’s hands—as if you were there.
- A web portal to manage teams and users, and to measure usage
- Integration through client-side API’s (Application Programming Interfaces)
XMReality AB (publ) develops and sells solutions that revolutionize knowledge transfer through so-called Augmented Reality (AR). The company is a market leader in remote guidance where you guide a person on site via AR to solve problems or prevent them from occurring. The product is used globally in more than 60 countries. ABB, Nestlé, Electrolux, Sidel, Heineken and Saab are examples of the more than 100 customers. XMReality is based in Linköping and in the U.S. and is listed on the Nasdaq First North Growth Market (ticker: XMR). For more information, visit: www.xmreality.com
Read more about Verisure here: www.verisure.com
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