Powering a better service experience
We're leading innovation in service user experience (SUX) to ensure device uptime, more responsive support and better choice.
With the help of CareAR—Xerox’s new augmented reality platform— our technical support teams can now see what you see, and can provide guidance with circles, arrows, and other images that “stick” within your video, even when you move your device.
You can expect a faster diagnosis and resolution to your problem as well as an engaging experience as a our support teams direct you using CareAR.
Your augmented reality experience explained
Augmented reality is an interactive experience in which computer-generated images—sometimes in 3D—are overlayed in real time onto digital images of the real world and can be viewed using a device’s camera. Some of what you’ll experience with CareAR includes:
- See what I see Your technical support contact becomes immersed in your environment via your phone's video camera. It even includes the ability for us to turn your phone light on when needed.
- Real-time graphical guidance You will experience real-time direction with annotations, such as arrows, circles, and more, which are overlayed onto your screen. They “stick” to where they are drawn, so you can move your mobile around and the images remain in place on your screen.
- Privacy Your mobile's rear-facing camera is used, so you are not seen.
- More powerful than a video call The ability to use graphical guidance that is anchored to your live “real-world” video is the primary difference. We can simply circle an area and say, “Press that thing,” instead of trying to describe an object, so you're back up and running more quickly.
“It was so helpful to be able to visually show what was going on instead of trying to explain.”
Xerox MPS customer feedback on CareAR
In 2021, service support utilising CareAR delivered:
4 or 5-star rating with 94% of customers
Higher first time call resolution
30% reduction in handling time
Improved device availability
Over 30 tons of CO2
saved through reduction in field technician dispatches