* New Globant survey reveals that while 73% of respondents feel the metaverse is accessible to them, only 26% have experienced it
* The Sentinel Report is a
"While in its early stages, the metaverse is challenging organizations to get their businesses ready for this new world," said Diego Tártara, Chief Technology Officer at
This Sentinel Report shows how the metaverse is impacting organizations and industries, from healthcare and retail to manufacturing and finance. The report predicts that the metaverse will tear down physical and digital barriers by extending companies' virtual presence and maximizing engagement with clients and employees. It will also transform how people identify themselves in relation to the new digital culture, economy and e-commerce system.
The Report also includes some key insights from an original
* While 73% of respondents feel the metaverse is accessible to them, only 26.5% have participated in a metaverse experience
* 75% do not believe the metaverse addresses only a younger generation
* 69% believe the metaverse plays a crucial role in remote work
"The metaverse is the next evolution of our social interactions," said Matías Rodríguez, VP of Technology of
For more information on the Sentinel Report and to download the full version of How the metaverse is transcending digital limits and reinventing our place in the physical world, click here.
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