EON Reality establishes distribution partnership with Accuteque for Australia and New Zealand

February 11, 2019 – EON Reality Inc. has today announced the establishment of a distribution partnership with Accuteque. The Melbourne-based company will now serve as EON Reality’s primary distributor for AVR development and education in Australia and New Zealand.

EON Reality stated in a press release that Accuteque has already spent time working with AR and VR solutions for enterprise clients, and as its first distributor in Australia, EON Reality considers this experience invaluable. The company added that the partnership with Accuteque will help accelerate the pace at which EON Reality’s AVR Platform and Industry 4.0 can spread across the region.

“I’m very excited to expand upon EON Reality’s connections in Australia and New Zealand through this promising partnership,” said Dan Lejerskar, Founder of EON Reality. “Utilizing the shared resources of EON Reality and Accuteque, we’re looking forward to introducing the AVR Platform to people all across Oceania. It’s the next step in bringing our technology to a truly global audience.”

Having previously worked in many of the same industries – ranging from petroleum to education – the partnership with EON Reality also seems like a good fit for Accuteque. Commenting on the announcement, Accuteque CEO, Natasha Norton, said: “We see significant opportunity in the market to bring EON’s AVR solutions to our clients and build out solutions that bring real value and put our clients ahead of their competitors. This technology will change the way businesses engage with their people and their customers in the years to come, and it’s exciting to be at the forefront of this with EON Reality.”

Image credit: EON Reality

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Sam is the Founder and Managing Editor of Auganix. With a background in research and report writing, he covers news articles on both the AR and VR industries. He also has an interest in human augmentation technology as a whole, and does not just limit his learning specifically to the visual experience side of things.