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  • Nextech (NTAR) has launched two new SaaS solutions, ARitize Swirl and ARitize Social Swirl
  • ARitize Swirl is a self-serve platform that allows for the creation and management of clickable 3D and AR banners for ecommerce websites
  • ARitize Social Swirl is a SaaS solution that creates social media ads using AR filters
  • Nextech AR Solutions is a metaverse company active in augmented reality, 3D modelling, holograms and 360° portals
  • Nextech (NTAR) opened trading at C$1.27 per share

Nextech (NTAR) has launched two new SaaS solutions, ARitize Swirl and ARitize Social Swirl.

ARitize Swirl is a self-serve platform that allows for the creation and management of clickable 3D and AR banners for ecommerce websites and is supported by Shopify, WooCommerce, BigCommerce and Magento. 

ARitize Social Swirl is a SaaS solution that creates social media ads using AR filters designed to work with clients’ existing 3D models.

CEO Evan Gappelberg joined Shoran Devi to discuss the launch.

Nextech AR Solutions is a metaverse company active in augmented reality, 3D modelling, holograms and 360° portals.

Nextech (NTAR) opened trading at C$1.27 per share.

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