“We were aware of the shortage challenges that our company was facing in terms of new hires, but also when it came to mentors and trainers themselves,” Veerle Wijshoff, Innovation Manager at Enexis explains. “To address these challenges, we knew that we could rely on technology and other rapidly evolving innovation opportunities.
“But that wasn’t enough for us: we really wanted a solution and use case that could add value and create immediate impact to our mentorship program – and at the same time, helps us with creating a building block for more technology implementation, like the industrial metaverse.” Right away, she says, the team realized that the HoloLens 2 was the perfect solution to meet these needs.
“It could help to make training quicker, more inclusive and practical, for example. It could also support mentors and allow them to reduce time. Lastly, it was perfectly suited to the new, younger generations of trainees, with their natural predisposition and curiosity towards technology,” she continues.
“Mixed Reality – together with the Dynamics 365 Guides and HoloLens technologies it came with – was perfect for our training needs.