Interactive 3D job-training simulations fully engage users, transforming them from passive audience members to active participants in the training process. If you are selling equipment, simulations can be part of an effective sales strategy. If you are training users to operate equipment or perform tasks, you can use simulators to provide the kind of hands-on, life-like experience that allows participants to master skills and hone the ability to make critical decisions in the real world.
It can be expensive, impractical, and sometimes even dangerous to provide your audience with direct experience using actual equipment and instructors in the real world. You can limit these costs and risks without sacrificing results by using simulations to provide virtual hands-on experience. Without attempting to completely replace real-life training, simulations can significantly reduce the amount of time that it takes to master real-world skills.
If your business includes equipment sales, simulations can be leveraged as an effective part of your sales strategy. First, simulations can be used to show a perspective customer exactly what your equipment is capable of doing. In addition, bundling a simulation to include as a bonus with your product gives you a sales edge over competitors who do not have an equivalent offering. For most equipment manufacturers, the cost to hire ForgeFX to develop a simulation is trivial in relation to overall equipment production costs.