Hevolus joins Microsoft’s Mixed Reality Partner Program

Hevolus joins Microsoft’s Mixed Reality Partner Program
International B2B company is already creating HoloLens-based solutions for customers

Elly Yates-Roberts |

Hevolus, an international B2B company, has attained Microsoft international partner status within the Mixed Reality Partner Program (MRPP). 

The firm is currently working on a number of mixed reality projects including HoloMaintenance and HoloWarehouse – solutions developed using Microsoft HoloLens for Würth, a German multinational distributor of products for fastening and assembling. According to Hevolus, these solutions will dramatically improve the customer experience, enabling users to emotionally engage with customers, bring their digital content into the real world, and enable interactive browsing.

"We are proud to be Microsoft international partners for Mixed Reality solutions. Quoting Marcel Proust, for us, ‘the real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes’,” said Antonella La Notte, chief executive officer at Hevolus. “From this perspective and thanks to the perfect fusion between the physical world and digital content, HoloLens and holographic technology are an open door to the future.” 

“We’re delighted to add Hevolus as a Mixed Reality Partner. Since formally shipping Microsoft HoloLens into Italy earlier this year, we have seen significant enterprise demand for the types of transformative solutions that is only now possible,” said Leila Martine, product marketing director at Microsoft. “Given the pace of technology change, it’s more important than ever that enterprises can turn to partners like Hevolus, who have the ability to understand the potential and also the ability to deliver comprehensive solutions that leverage the most advanced cloud and mixed reality technologies that are available in market today.”

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