Gemba, a virtual workforce training platform for workers, has secured $18 million funding. Parkway Venture Capital led the Series A round of funding, which now values Gemba at $60 million.
Virtual Reality as a Service (VRaaS) is the platform’s specialty. The platform’s proprietary VR technology blends software, content, as well as service. It is ideal for companies that want to train diverse workforces across different media. The VR headset allows for immersive learning, factory tours, and training events.
Gemba CEO Nathan Robinson says that the platform is useful for leaders who are looking to transform their organizations. They can solve their greatest challenge, which is to scale up powerful and effective training. This is done in an engaging and cost-effective way.
What the Funding Means to Gemba and The Metaverse
Because of what the funding means for the future enterprise metaverse platform, the CEO is beaming at the news. He said that Gemba was at the forefront for a new enterprise metaverse, during the announcement of the deal. It’s virtual, hands on, cost-efficient, and the VR learning experience are incredible. But, it’s the real world ROI that’s exceeded our customers’ expectations. Gemba is the perfect solution for the right time. Parkway VC is delighted to be our partners in our joint mission to help individuals and organizations succeed in the next era em>.
Jesse Coors -Blankenship is Parkway Venture Capital’s general partner and cofounder. He noted that the venture was “excited” to welcome Gemba into our portfolio of innovative technologies of the future, which he believes is at the intersection of AI and VR.
Gemba was founded in 2013. Gemba has been around since 2013. These chief honchos are employed by over 675 companies, including Pfizer and Philips.
NFT News Today: Gemba, a Leading Enterprise Metaverse Platform, Receives $18 Million of Funding
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