Extentia launches XEN UNWIRED, an online workshop for business challenges
Extentia Information Technology’s recently launched XEN UNWIRED online workshops are for organizations and users to collaborate with design experts and facilitators to innovate, solve problems, and invent solutions. In short, one solution for all business challenges post COVID-19.
An extension of Extentia’s groundbreaking XEN LAB and XEN IN A BOX workshop practices, XEN UNWIRED employs the company’s proven 5D approach of Discover, Define, Design, Develop, and Deploy, XEN UNWIRED to provide a real workshop experience in the virtual space.
Ever since its inception in 2019 - XEN LAB, Extentia’s state-of-the-art experience design center is led by experienced and certified design thinking coaches, these online workshops and demos will follow a clear plan – using empathy, relevant content and passion. The programs will use a range of tools, processes, exercises, and activities – designed to get participants enthused, comfortable, and delivering at their best. Usually starting with icebreakers, these wide-ranging workshops encompass brainstorming sessions, empathy mapping exercises, design thinking awareness, and customer journey mapping.
Each session concludes with clearly defined next steps and timelines ensuring meaningful insights leading to tangible business outcomes. Subsequent deliverables may include mind maps, mockups, wireframes, analysis, feedback, and help showcase the result of the workshop and the related support, development, and design work undertaken by the XEN team.
“We’re proud and excited at being able to recreate the XEN LAB experience for organizations and users working remotely. Having conducted online workshops even before the COVID-19 crisis has undoubtedly helped us better align our offerings with the current situation. The well-thought-out XEN UNWIRED experience helps solve business problems with innovation and creativity, while maintaining the fun quotient. We look forward to many more workshops with customers and partners from all over the world,’ said Umeed Kothavala, CEO, Extentia.