Sterilis to Use Nextech’s 3D Augmented Reality and AR Learning Technologies to Drive Future Sales Through Dealer Network
NexTech AR Solutions, the leader in augmented reality (AR) for eCommerce and AR learning applications is pleased to announce that Sterilis Solutions, one of the United States’ most innovative medical waste device manufacturers, has signed on for both NexTech’s WebAR offering as well as its AR University. Today’s announcement marks the beginning of a significant new use case and opportunity for NexTech’s AR technology in the medical device market, which according to Fortune Business Insights is worth $150 billion. Sterilis will be providing NexTech’s AR learning assets to its leading dealers and their sales teams.
Andy Marshall, CEO, Sterilis stresses the critical importance of using AR technology from NexTech AR Solutions, “AR is more powerful than a brochure especially with the interaction.” He continues that, “We will use it to educate our customers on the core functions of our device as well as supporting our sales team in showing off this 1,100 lb. machine to our global dealer network.”
Echoing the business impact that NexTech AR can have on leading medical device manufacturers such as Sterilis, Evan Gappelberg, CEO of NexTech states: “We are excited that Sterilis has adopted NexTech’s powerful and industry-leading augmented reality offering to drive both its product marketing and client education activities. Because our proprietary 3D augmented reality (3D/AR) solution and our AR learning tools work on any AR enabled mobile phone it will help Sterilis to vastly improve its product demonstration capabilities while significantly enhancing its ability to communicate key competitive features of its products at trade shows and really everywhere.” He continues, “Sterilis has chosen NexTech as a key business growth partner. Unlike other AR/VR companies which charge a fortune and which often require special software and training, NexTech’s easy to use and monthly revenue-focused product suite allows its clients to do more and to sell more. All of this results in a stronger bottom line for our customers and recurring revenues for us.”
The U.S. remains the largest medical device market in the world with a market size of around $156 billion. It represents about 40 percent of the global medical device market valued at $425.5 billion in 2018, and is expected to reach $612.7 billion by 2025 with a CAGR of 5.4% between 2018 and 2025, according to Fortune Business Insights. Compared to several other industries including automotive, defense, and telecommunications, the medical device industry invests a higher percentage of yearly revenues into product innovation, reflecting the competitive nature of the industry and constant innovation and improvement of existing technologies.