Integrating Cvent will allow users to more easily register for one-time events or create user accounts to earn full portal access. InfernoAR will be able to programmatically send unique login information to attendees, allowing them to join events through their own personal calendars with a single click, rather than requiring a shared password.
“This additional integration adds tremendous value to our platform as everyone's first impression is registration, so having a seamless frictionless registration is mission critical,” CEO Evan Gappelberg said in a statement. “We will continue over the coming weeks to add more features and functionality to extend the capabilities and appeal of our InfernoAR platform which should further strengthen our market position.”
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Since NexTech acquired the virtual events and livestreaming company Jolokia, the company has retooled its InfernoAR platform by integrating major video conferencing platforms, including Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Skype, Google Hangouts and more.
Additionally, added features such as live moderated questions and the new Cvent registration have extended the range of corporate meetings, school classes, trade show presentations and more to wider audiences during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic while maintaining a high-quality interactive small conference experience.
NexTech has also created a method of seamlessly integrating 3D photorealistic holograms of people and products into these virtual events through WebAR or its ARitize app.
The ARitize app, which the company plans to launch later this month, is expected to boost the revenue of NexTech’s existing AR e-commerce product and the recently launched 3d/AR advertising platform.
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