As a valued EON-XR user, we want to make sure you’re getting everything that you can out of our prized platform. That’s why we’ve created free monthly EON-XR workshops entirely for your benefit, with the next one taking place on August 25th.
In all of these events, one of EON Reality’s top members of the Customer Success team will present an in-depth look at the possibilities of EON-XR — as well as provide an overview of important new features — while also being available to answer any specific questions you may have. For this month, we’ve lined up Sangita Das, one of EON Reality’s leading education experts.
These workshops are exclusively for EON-XR users to help answer questions, solve problems, and share new information that figures to be actually useful and relevant for people such as yourself. Through the live-streamed events, we also hope to get a better understanding of where our users need the most assistance, so we can provide clarification for any potential roadblocks in the future as well.
EON-XR Global User Workshop
EON-XR: Lead Admin Activities
August 25th, 2021
8:00 PM Singapore Time (GMT+8)
Sangita is a Learning Design professional with 16 years of rich experience in global EdTech, serving customers in India, Southeast Asia, ME & US. She enables customers to design, develop & deploy learning & training solutions using 3D and augmented reality experiences.
She has a master’s degree and M. Phil in Human Genetics. She also has a diploma in Instructional Design and completed her certification in Learning Design & Facilitation. She is currently pursuing her professional UX Design certification with Google.
Sangita is passionate about creating simple design solutions that make life easier.
She is currently working with EON Reality as a Customer Success Manager, ensuring better adoption of XR platform globally and helping customers achieve their business goals using EON Reality solutions.
The event begins at 8 pm Singapore Time and will be rebroadcast for those who cannot attend live. We also do our best to rotate time zones to ensure that no one goes too many months without having one in a convenient time slot.