Ungated Post | 11 Sep 2019

The Real Reality of Augmented Reality


AR promises to make all the world – including work – a stage for immersive experiences.

Balancing ROI and FOMO is critical. Oxford Economics, on behalf of Cognizant, conducted a survey of 300 C-suite executives to explore the world of AR and to discover how businesses are already capitalizing on AR’s ability to deliver improved business outcomes.


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