- Nigeria’s state governors are getting ready to have an immersive virtual meeting powered by WOWBii Interactive amid the coronavirus pandemic.
- This initiative offered exclusively by WOWBii is appropriate to reduce the effects of physical contact cessation or restriction.
- WOWBii equipment installation has been completed in Borno, Nasarawa, Lagos and Plateau states. Other Nigerian states are in line to have the WOWBii infrastructure built.
Nigeria’s state governors are getting prepped to have an immersive virtual meeting powered by WOWBii Interactive, Africa’s first Original Equipment Manufacturer of Interactive Flat Panel Displays (IFDP). This is an effort to mitigate the risks of the coronavirus pandemic.
WOWBii Interactive is partnering with Nigerian State Governors to create virtual meetings with interactive collaboration capabilities that minimize the need to travel from their various domains.
WOWBii is doing this through its Wowbudd network, which provides technology-enhanced solutions that allow for face-to-face immersive telepresence, in-room and virtual annotation and wireless casting, with added digital signage solutions to create Situation Rooms or Command Centers for Executive Governors to stay in business-as-usual mode amid the global pandemic.
The WOWBii Interactive Wowbudd is a futuristic interface that effortlessly integrates with traditional Unified Communication solution kits making it a truly outstanding, trouble-free touch centre for multiple teams and locations.
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This initiative offered exclusively by WOWBii is appropriate to reduce the effects of physical contact cessation or restriction, in line with the social distancing recommendation of the World Health Organisation (WHO), and to flatten the growth curve of a lethal coronavirus pandemic.
Furthermore, the adoption of interactive virtual meetings and digital interactions has been an emerging trend within global businesses and leading government agencies that comply with best practices in collaborative interactivities and video conferencing operations.
The Vice President’s Office is already running its virtual meetings on this indigenous service as a creative response to the pandemic crisis, while the WOWBii equipment installation has been completed in Borno, Nasarawa, Lagos and Plateau states. Other Nigerian states are in line to have the WOWBii infrastructure built.
Mrs. Terae Onyeje, Chief Executive Officer and co-Founder of WOWBii Interactive said; “the COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating the adoption of immersive virtual interactivity in Nigeria. We are pleased that the Federal and State Governments are using these times to embrace and entrench tech-innovations in governance.
“We are pleased to be an indigenous market leader in this space and being a beacon of transformation in the public sector and enterprise. WOWBii is in the frontline for creating the readiness and capabilities of corporate enterprises, state Governments and other government institutions, to achieve virtual interactions, business collaborations and effective meetings, through an African brand created by Africans.”
WOWBii Interactive offers its solutions to a wide range of African companies including MTN Nigeria, MTN Cameroon, Ecobank Ghana, Ecobank Togo, Chevron, Union Bank, Baker Hughes, UBA, Access Bank, GE, KPMG, Total CPFA, ARM and Mainstream Oil.
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