2nd February 2022, London – Enterprise virtual reality (VR) software provider Immerse has announced its partnership with Get Real, a VR, and AR (augmented reality) advisory firm, providing organizations with a complete approach to enterprise VR.

The collaboration between Immerse and Get Real will enable organizations to move through the whole journey from their initial discovery and research phase when adopting VR training, all the way to designing, creating and implementing VR training programs, leading organizations to gain early benefits from emerging Metaverse tools and technology.

Virtual Reality is enhancing human performance in ways that were once unthinkable. Today, it is transforming the way we learn, explore and interact. With a global customer base and customers such as DHL, Nestle and BP, the Immerse Platform creates an all-in-one solution for enterprise organizations. The partnership will see Immerse continue to grow their global Corporate Partner Program, to include best-in-class companies that help enterprise organizations successfully adopt VR training into their Learning and Development portfolio.

Get Real is leading enterprise in its adoption of the Metaverse through the development and execution of scalable and successful VR, AR, and other immersive technology strategies to effectively train and educate both colleagues and team members.

Get Real works closely with clients to identify best use cases for VR training, and then designs proof-of-concept and pilot programs to measure the effectiveness and ROI of training solutions. Get Real then evaluates training content, recommends hardware platforms that enable widespread use, and leads onboarding efforts to ensure clients are ready to be productive in their VR training efforts. 

Tom Symonds, CEO at Immerse comments: “We are really excited to have partnered with the team at Get Real. This partnership is part of Immerse’ ongoing initiative to build an ecosystem where the Immerse Platform will empower and enable organizations to embrace the future of training in the workplace. Get Real are a best-in-class company, helping enterprise organizations navigate their buyer’s journey which is crucial to successfully adopting VR training into their training portfolio.”

Ed Haravon, co-founder of Get Real, said, “Our goal is to dramatically increase the success of our clients by leveraging all that Metaverse technology has to offer. Our partnership with Immerse is a great leap forward to realizing this goal. We are delighted to welcome Immerse to our Get Real Partner Alliance, and through this collaboration, businesses can now go from idea creation to full deployment of training content, with the expert support necessary to ensure their success.”

About Get Real 
Get Real is leading its clients in their education, adoption, and analysis of the Metaverse for their businesses. We are a partner and advisor to organizations, leveraging a network of best-in-class creative, technical, and informational resources in the industry.  We work with our clients and partners to create scalable and successful VR, AR, and other immersive technology strategies that enable companies to train, educate, manage events, collaborate, and visualize data.

For more information please visit: www.getrealxr.com
About Immerse
Immerse is a global virtual reality technology company that has developed the Immerse Platform. Built for enterprise from the ground up, the Immerse Platform enables companies to create, scale and measure virtual reality training.

With clients in a wide range of industries such as CPG, oil and gas, pharma and life science and power and utilities, using the Immerse Platform enables companies to train and assess their employees in radically new ways maximizing human performance and the employee experience.

For more information please visit: https://immerse.io/


Sean Earley is the Executive Editor of AR/VR Magazine & co-founder of RobotSpaceship Podcast Network. He is the Director of New Biz Development and Publishing at KEMWEB, a musician, producer & consultant. He loves guitars, VR and coffee.