Though virtual reality is a new tool for many, Yulio’s easy-to-use technology is designed for use by the whole team–from VPs, to designers, to the sales team. As you’ll see, there are numerous ways on how to implement VR in your business.
“Conference room, now!”
It’s a good idea to introduce your new VR technology to the whole company before you begin. Explain why you’re using it, and the benefits it will bring to the entire team.
Outline how it will be used within the company, and assign roles and responsibilities to various team members.
Above all, make sure they know that this is designed to make their jobs easier, not harder. It’s hard to argue with that.
Side note: If they haven’t tried VR in business or at home until now, make sure you put a headset on them! If there’s one way to get people excited about VR, it’s letting them try it.
Use Yulio’s user management capabilities
It’s easy to set up your team in Yulio. You’ll need a Standard or Plus account, and admin rights to invite, delete and assign roles to users.
You can assign a user to one of three roles: admin, author, and presenter.
Give admin rights to your in-house VR champion–this gives them full capabilities within Yulio, including the ability to manage users.
For your architects, designers and 3D modellers, author rights are your best bet. This gives them control over file management, but not user management.
For your salespeople or team members who’ll only need to select and present VR experiences for viewing, presenter rights are what you need. They’ll be able to navigate through your files, and view the files they need, without making any changes within the system.
With your team’s roles designated within Yulio, we think you’ll find working with Yulio a lot smoother.
For a detailed explanation on assigning user roles, check out our article on the Yulio Knowledge Base about this.
Get them comfortable
Don’t throw your team into the deep end. Although Yulio is designed with grandma-tested simplicity, it’s still new technology, and your team will inevitably have their inhibitions about it.
Make sure they’re comfortable with how it works before they start using it (this is particularly important for client-facing team members).
Let them know that any problems or any questions on how they can use VR in business, they have can be directed to our friendly support staff at email@example.com and 416-499-2227. Of course, there’s always our trusty Knowledge Base if you’re looking for some quick self-help.