LG CNS has announced the launch of virtual office services as the company partnered with the Japanese firm oVice. On Tuesday, the South Korean IT service provider of LG Group spoke to the media addressing its metaverse investment. The business move will leverage the newly popular metaverse universe to meet the demands of remote work environments.
With the new partnership, LG CNS will migrate the work environment online where its clients can perform their everyday work activities. Metaverse will make email exchanges, notifications and work schedules more real.
LG’s metaverse services will allow clients and their team to hold virtual meetings and talk to one another with their avatars. Additionally, task management within the teams can be optimized through migration on the oVice metaverse platform.
Choi Moon-Keun, the senior vice president of LG CNS, spoke to the media regarding their latest partnership project with oVice. “We are seeing a growing demand for metaverse-powered workspace as the line between real and virtual world is increasingly blurring with the advent of the ‘multi mix’ era,” he added in his speech. Choi also heads the digital transformation unit at LG CNS.
The company believes that its virtual space can create a sustainable future in the corporate ecosystem. The pandemic has disturbed the corporate environment of companies where the new metaverse project indeed addresses the pain point.
However, this is not just a temporary solution for COVID restrictions. Industry insiders suggest that through the metaverse, virtual space will be here for the long run!
Presently, the Japanese tech firm oVice offers virtual space services to around 200 regional clients. With the new partnership, oVice now has a Korean company added to their clientele.
LG CNS is the fourth-largest chaebol metaverse services provider in South Korea. With its projects offered across the country, LG CNS is one of the leading tech companies in the Korean metaverse universe.
In August this year, the company launched a metaverse project of a virtual showroom. Here, visitors could create an avatar and shop from the virtual space. The company predicted the future of the metaverse and invested in virtual space research and development. The company hopes that the metaverse will be at the core of digital transformation in the upcoming years.