Epazz Will Launch Its Metaverse Training Software Called On-Site Remote Assist in the Fourth Quarter; It is Used to Train Technicians and Plumbers Virtually
Aug 10th, 2022 8:00 EST
Chicago, Illinois--(Newsfile Corp. - August 10, 2022) - Epazz Inc. (OTC Pink: EPAZ), a mission-critical provider of metaverse solutions, blockchain cryptocurrency mobile apps and cloud-based business software solutions, announced today that its first Metaverse software program will be launched in the Fourth Quarter of 2022.
On-Site Remote Assist is launched by a technician or a plumber in the field to get advice and help from an external expert. The expert in the back office sees the on-site situation and can interact with the technician via voice, video, and augmented reality.
On-Site Remote Assist can integrate with the Field Service Management Solutions to utilize data from maintenance, repair, or service orders.
If unforeseen difficulties happen or lack experience in certain situations, it is a great advantage to involve an expert impromptu to solve problems via live video.
Epazz Founder, Director, and CEO Dr. Shaun Passley commented: "We are excited that our software will be used in the field to train new technicians and plumbers with the help of experienced experts working virtually."
About Epazz Inc. (https://www.epazz.com/)
Epazz Inc. is a mission-critical provider of metaverse solutions, blockchain cryptocurrency mobile apps, cloud-based software company that specializes in providing customized cloud applications to the corporate world, higher-education institutions, and the public sector. Epazz is developing Metaverse business solutions that enable people to collaborate in real-time through virtual reality. Epazz is upgrading its business solutions to be fully integrated into the Metaverse. Epazz will be manufacturing low-cost smart glasses for Metaverse.
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