Small businesses are going through a hard time right now. That includes home repair specialists like contractors and plumbers whose jobs often require making house calls. But when something breaks, there are still ways contractors can service clients without making an in-home visit.
Techxpert Oscar Martinez is an Associate Account Director at Verizon who has a number of home improvement projects he’s taken on himself while in isolation with his family.
He’ll show you how contractors can use AR technology to troubleshoot problems for clients virtually and walk them through repairs using the Vuforia Chalk app.
● Request a free business at PTC.com.
● Download the Vuforia Chalk app.
● Have your client download the app, too.
● Click “start session” for an invite code your client can use to join.
● Start drawing your instructions on their video feed in augmented reality.
Pro Tip: Small business owners can add a “virtual house call” link to their Google My Business account.
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