"A major hurdle to staff training is the fact that the ship is almost always in full operation, with the dining room perpetually occupied with either customers or the cleaning crew," said Rocky Sudlesky, the Seabourn Fleet Learning and Development Lead Specialist. "Finding a window of time to manually train new employees was both cumbersome and inefficient. Instead, we turned to the pros at Pixvana who handled everything from creative design to post-production and headset implementation. The end result is a completely tailored training experience that not only saves Seabourn Learning and Development time and money, but also provides staff with a more engaging, efficient, and accessible opportunity to learn."TableVision is only the start of Seabourn's VR training systems. Once the dining room system is fully rolled out, the Learning and Development office will be working with Pixvana to create even more VR training systems.
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