Apple has announced it's partnering with Accenture to work with larger enterprises to build advanced digital projects for iOS devices.
Apple not falling far from the tree
Even though Apple may be known for making accessible tools for consumers, the tech giant has long been working with heavy hitters like Cisco, IBM, and SAP to create enterprise specific tools.
Accenture will be working with apple, leading the charge in linking backend legacy systems already present within larger digital businesses and companies that have yet to shift to digital operations.
Apple’s partnership with Accenture will drive larger business customers by providing enterprise data to refine workflow through more synergistic digital means.
Partnership seeks stronger user experience
Apple co-opting with Accenture is meant to redefine how customers interact with large organisations within a digital medium while maintaining a meaningful experience.
With such ideas as developing Apple AR toolsets for iOS training and repair, the undertaking is elaborate. Based out of San Francisco, the new partnership hopes to eventually see 30 Accenture Studios throughout the globe.
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