The Fortune 50 Begins to Rely on Vuzix Smart Glasses
Industrial titans line up to improve operations with hands-free AR tech
Yet another Fortune 50 company has submitted a follow-on order for VuzixⓇ smart glasses.
This order signals a growing trend among industry titans, as many of the world’s largest companies are starting to see the benefits of equipping their team with wearable displays.
This latest high-profile order is being placed in an effort to support the company’s international supply chain operations. For privacy reasons, the Vuzix client is not named in this article.
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Lockdown measures have forced companies to change the way they operate. Business owners and operators need new ways to operate without risking their employees’ health.
Smart glasses have filled the gap for many pioneering firms.
How wearable displays help businesses of all sizes save time and money:
A Fortune 50 company has realized the benefits of equipping its team with Vuzix smart glasses. They are one of many high-profile clients that are becoming reliant on the emerging technology.
Cost-effective and employee-approved
Wearable displays are making business owners happy by improving their bottom line. However, they’re not the only ones benefiting.
Workers are loving smart glasses:
- Warehouse pros no longer have to use tedious hand scanners
- Surgeons-in-training can see exactly what their instructors see during an operation
- Technicians can instantly catalogue on-site developments and communicate with supervisors...without using their hands
Leaders in retail, warehousing, logistics, and more industries are witnessing the AR advantage first-hand.
Vuzix is excited to help yet another global customer scale their operations with smart glasses.
Read the full press release here.
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