Accenture’s Marc Carrel-Billiard: The Enterprise, Not Consumers, Will Drive the VR Market

A 20-year veteran of Accenture, Marc has seen it all and now is seeing it in extended reality. He served as the global lead for emerging technology, working across several cutting-edge areas of IT including voice […]

A 20-year veteran of Accenture, Marc has seen it all and now is seeing it in extended reality. He served as the global lead for emerging technology, working across several cutting-edge areas of IT including voice recognition, knowledge-based systems, and neural networks.

Marc predicts a shift in the VR market, from one driven by consumer applications, to one driven by the enterprise. (1:51 video)

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