At industrial manufacturing sites, performance benchmarking and employee communication are both critical parts of the process of continuous improvement and remaining competitive against competitors.

Automotive parts manufacturer Magna International’s Ontario, Canada plant found an innovative way to reduce costs while improving seamless sharing of internal processes and benchmarking practices around the globe: through the use of virtual reality.

With the Samsung Gear VR headset, the plant can show employees worldwide new production lines without costly travel. This type of employee communication provides an immersive, 360-degree experience for participants. It also makes it faster and clearer to communicate business practices across the globe.

Watch the video to see how Magna International’s innovative approach to employee communication is providing immersive experiences to employees while saving costs on travel and communication.

Dive into our Ultimate Guide to 360 Video Production to learn how to create your own VR content, from pre-production to post.

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Becky Lawlor is a freelance technology writer. She develops and writes content on topics such as mobility, cloud services, unified communications, managed services, and more.

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