November 5, 2019
As the world’s first industrial augmented reality (AR) solution provider, Ubimax allows enterprises to deploy use case focused wearable computing solutions on a per-month-per-device basis at scale – including selected smart glasses and required services. Creating the opportunity to use the award-winning Ubimax Frontline solutions with zero upfront investment, customers around the globe now benefit from this affordable, easy-to-deploy and easy-to-scale approach with higher savings than costs from day one.
Atlanta, November 5th, 2019: Today, Ubimax, the world-leading provider of industry-standard AR solutions for wearable computing, introduces a new pricing option. The Everything-as-a-Service offering (XaaS) addresses enterprises seeking to deploy best-in-class AR solutions at scale. The $200 monthly fee includes all necessary hardware, software, and services allowing companies to implement the new technology in an instant without any upfront investment. By avoiding these often high capital expenditures, XaaS provides higher savings than costs from the first day of deployment.
The all-new XaaS offering is limited to Q4 2019 and comes with pre-defined FastTrack Templates for “After-Sales” and “Order Picking”. These FastTrack Templates include use case specific workflows for inspection & remote support and order picking which can easily be edited and adapted using Frontline Creator, the inherent AR authoring tool. Ultimately, customers benefit from its affordable, easy-to-calculate, and easy-to-scale character and only pay as they go.
The XaaS offering for Ubimax Frontline FastTrack Templates includes:
Dr. Hendrik Witt, CEO of Ubimax explains: “As we now see new scaling dimensions for our solutions, with customers like BMW or Coca-Cola deploying hundreds of devices in a very short time period, we’ve decided to launch the Everything-as-a-Service offering allowing companies to start with bigger roll-outs right away without the need to invest upfront and without any additional CAPEX on their balance sheet.”