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  • Nextech AR (NTAR) has signed a contract with the Canadian Society of Physician Leaders
  • The society has chosen Nextech AR’s Platform to host this year’s Canadian Conference on Physician Leadership
  • Using Nextech’s VXP platform, conference attendees will have access to immersive interactive virtual discussions
  • Nextech’s VXP will utilize AI to enable accurate tracking of attendee journeys, to allow for accurate administration of continuing medical education throughout the event
  • Nextech AR is up 1.95 per cent to C$5.75 per share

Nextech AR (NTAR) has signed a contract with the Canadian Society of Physician Leaders (CSPL).

The society has chosen Nextech AR’s Platform to host this year’s Canadian Conference on Physician Leadership in April.

CSPL Executive Director Carol Rochefort said the group is excited to be hosting its annual leadership conference on Nextech’s VXP.

“When seeking out partners for our first-ever virtual event, what stood out to us the most were the full-service capabilities this platform had to offer. Our attendees expect continuing medical education accreditation, so it was essential for us to use a platform capable of accurate tracking and monitoring.”

Rochefort added that the platform was incredibly easy to use as well.

“We’re hosting this event at a truly unprecedented time for the medical community so having a reliable, user-friendly setting in which professionals can collaborate on crucial issues is more important than ever.”

Using Nextech’s VXP platform, conference attendees will have access to immersive interactive virtual discussions, scalable-secure video-streaming, chat and a number of augmented reality experiences including human holograms capabilities that will aid in bringing an in-person-like element to attendees’ conference experience.

Many attendees of the conference are looking to receive continuing medical education credits (CME) during the event, a process which is challenging to translate to a fully virtual environment.

To do this, Nextech’s VXP will utilize AI to enable accurate tracking of attendee journeys, to allow for accurate administration of CME throughout the event – a key feature of the annual conference.

Nextech AR CEO Evan Gappelberg said this latest client win is yet another example of an esteemed institution, choosing Nextech’s virtual events and video platform (VXP) for its enhanced security, amplified video and immersive augmented reality experiences over the competition.

“Our platform is not just a virtual event platform but a highly secure experiential platform, which is what everyone is looking for. I believe that our platform’s proprietary features give us a competitive edge in a $90 billion dollar market that is going to $400 billion in the next few years according to Grandview. As we end January 2021 and go into February, we are seeing an accelerating adoption of all our platforms by enterprise and global brands.”

Nextech AR is up 1.95 per cent to C$5.75 per share at 11:22am EST.


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