Deyaar and Microsoft will work together to develop a virtual-tour application using Microsoft’s mixed-reality HoloLens device, create a turnkey datacentre modernization project, and transform Deyaar’s business model through additional services.
Dubai-based developer Deyaar has united with Microsoft to redefine a virtual-tour application for its customers.
The company said,” It will use Microsoft’s cloud solutions, cyber security products, and business intelligence capabilities to optimize costs and spearhead innovation across operations and processes.”
A statement said, Deyaar and Microsoft will work together to develop a virtual-tour application using Microsoft’s mixed-reality HoloLens device, create a turnkey datacentre modernization project, and transform Deyaar’s business model through additional services.
The company also added,” Microsoft HoloLens will enable Deyaar to showcase its range of properties to potential customers by placing them inside a mixed-reality environment. The technology superimposes virtual elements onto the real world, allowing customers to see the physical environment around them with digital additions grafted on top, via an advanced headset device, enabling the company to scale across geographies without having to depend on physical proximity to its customers.”
Saeed Al Qatami, CEO, Deyaar said, “Deyaar aims to deliver high-quality real estate developments and differentiated services through return on investment for stakeholders and value for customers – and technology is at the core of this.”
Bobby Morrison, vice president and head of Worldwide Digital Transformation, Microsoft Corporation added, “Digital transformation is about empowering businesses and customers to achieve more. This starts by reimagining what’s possible and choosing the right technology partner to bring it to life.”
Microsoft and Deyaar are also planning to further team up for Deyaar’s hospitality division project.