Banking on iPhone and iPad.
Currently one of the world’s largest financial institutions, Grupo BBVA was formed in 1999 by merging two major banks into a single, efficient organization with operations throughout the Spanish-speaking world. iPad and iPhone help this Madrid-based megabank accelerate essential workflows, improve internal communications, and provide the best possible services to its 49.8 million customers worldwide. View Profile
Silicone innovators turn to iPhone.
With operations in 60 countries and an ever-growing product line, this extensive enterprise uses iPhone to help track and evaluate a world’s worth of business intelligence. View Profile
Maintaining IT infrastructures with iPhone.
When you manage the IT needs of Fortune 500 companies, mobility, flexibility, and reliability are key. That's why the IT pros at World Wide Technology rely on iPhone to communicate, coordinate, and maintain network infrastructures in the field. View Profile
GE is one of the world’s largest technology companies, with business units devoted to areas such as aviation, clean energy, financial services, media, and health care technology. As GE imagines, develops, and builds technologies that transform the way we live, it’s channeling the equally transformative power of iPad, iPhone, and in-house apps to generate new business possibilities. View Profile
Lightning speed is essential to Aftonbladet. News must be reported fast and accurately day and night — whether the story is Sweden’s royal wedding, a major political event or the latest sports. Blogs must be updated, from the newsroom or the road. Editors must be kept informed. All that is possible with iPhone. “The iPhone has changed the way I work, and the readers’ way of getting the news. I can be connected all the time,” says Jenny Alexandersson, Royal Reporter for Aftonbladet. View Profile
iPhone: a media giant evolves.
For Groupe M6, innovation and new technology are its lifeblood. The multimedia group is a powerhouse of creative content and services. That includes its flagship M6 broadcast TV channel, its digital channels as well as its film production, book and music publishing, e-commerce, games and pay-per-view video divisions. View Profile
Post-critical care using iPhone and iPad.
As a leading provider of hospital-based rehabilitation facilities, medical and surgical therapies, and outpatient services, RehabCare has one important goal: helping people regain their lives after medical treatment. Now RehabCare has turned to iPhone and iPad to make both its caregiver services and its business operations faster, more accurate, and more responsive. View Profile
Apps for good health.
iPhone brings patients, providers, and physicians closer than ever. View Profile
For the top-tier IT professionals at Unisys, iPhone makes security simple. View Profile
iPhone provides vital link to medical records.
With iPhone and a visionary in-house app, Toronto’s Mount Sinai Hospital is defining the future of health care. View Profile
Architecture in motion.
International architecture firm RTKL relies on iPhone to keep great design ideas flowing around the globe. View Profile
Global Mobile U.
The University of Washington, based in Seattle, WA, brings together 65,000 students, faculty members, and administrative staff. From the laboratory to the dormitory, this thriving academic community stays connected with iPhone and the university’s proprietary m.UW app. View Profile
iPhone: Improving legal services.
With clients ranging from emerging businesses to some of the best-known brands in the Asia-Pacific region, DLA Phillips Fox provides legal services in 29 countries around the world. Now, with iPhone in the hands of almost every partner in the firm, they can offer faster, more flexible responses to their clients’ legal needs. View Profile
Advancing health care with iPhone.
Memorial Hermann Healthcare System depends on the latest mobile technologies to streamline its services and deliver better patient care. iPhone and state-of-the-art medical apps like AirStrip OB let Memorial Hermann’s physicians keep a finger on patients’ pulses even when they can’t be at their bedsides. View Profile
Transforming IT with iPhone.
For Global consulting firm Logica’s perpetually mobile consulting staff, iPhone provides reliable connectivity and new offerings in the way of custom built iPhone applications for their customers.View Profile
iPhone meets genome.
At biotech firm Illumina, iPhone is more than an essential business tool — it’s the future home of your personal genomic profile. View Profile
Content goes mobile with iPhone.
European newspaper giant Axel Springer is more than a huge print operation the company has transformed itself from an old-school publisher to a digital media powerhouse. The Key to this metamorphosis is Axel Springer’s embrace of mobile digital content delivered by iPhone 3G. View Profile
iPhone: Essential equipment.
With a two billion dollar inventory of rental equipment, Sunbelt Rentals is one of the largest equipment rental companies in the United States. And iPhone ensures their sales team is constantly connected to real-time customer data with its custom iPhone application: Mobile SalesPro. View Profile
Media giant goes mobile.
Gannett turns to iPhone to help transform more than 900 publications, including USA TODAY, into must-have mobile media sources. View Profile
Always on call: iPhone 3G.
Physicians stay connected via iPhone around the clock to check on patient stats, access medical references, and stay on top of breaking health alerts. View Profile
Serving up innovation.
North America’s largest food manufacturer uses iPhone to deliver both internal communications and a consumer-oriented shopping app. View Profile
Lawyers choose iPhone 3G.
From boardroom to courtroom, this leading law firm relies on iPhone for secure access to a searchable in-house library of more than six million documents. View Profile
Rapid results with iPad and iPhone.
iPad and iPhone keep business running smoothly for this leading kayak manufacturer. View Profile
On duty with iPhone and iPad.
When police officers in Redlands, California go on patrol, they’re equipped with all the essential gear — including iPads and iPhones. View Profile
A playful mission, powered by iPhone.
In 2005, Glen Halliday was concerned: His kids were spending too much time on the couch. But Halliday believed that if he could create something compelling enough, he might draw them outside and into imaginative play. View Profile
A global travel company stays unified, with iPhone.
At Gap Adventures, a thriving international tour operator headquartered in Toronto, business is global — literally. And with 1300 tours on 7 continents and 800 staff scattered in 37 countries, communication is mission-critical. Connectivity has to be available at all times, from all places, including a polar expedition ship in Antarctica. View Profile
Large-scale event production goes mobile with iPhone.
With logistics that include sets, sound, lighting, audio, video, and even special effects, Showcall Inc produces high profile, large scale events with ease, thanks in part to iPhone. View Profile
Gaining the edge in intellectual property law with iPhone.
In the highly technical, competitive, and fast-moving world of intellectual property law, Darin Klemchuk and Kelly Kubasta intend to stand out. At their start-up firm in Dallas, they’ve launched what they call “white-glove” customer service. And they’re doing it with iPhone. View Profile
Bringing art and business together, through iPhone.
When three young architects come together to start a design firm, the results can be electric. That’s what happened at graypants, a Seattle-based design firm founded by friends Seth Grizzle, and Jonathan Junker. Lights — striking fixtures hand-fashioned from cardboard boxes — were the company’s first product to make it to market. View Profile
Rescuing data, staying connected.
At DriveSavers, a worldwide leader in data recovery, two things are key: innovation and speed. With 1,700 dead or damaged hard drives coming through the door every month, including those from major corporations and celebrities, DriveSavers has to stay agile and responsive. View Profile
iPhone boosts virtual flight.
For Virtual Aviation, business is always ready for take-off. That’s because iPhone helps the company’s small team stay connected and deliver 24/7. View Profile
Elegant technology for a Napa Valley vineyard.
As Quintessa Winemaker Charles Thomas points out, vintners have been walking vineyards for thousands of years, inspecting vines and tasting grapes for ripeness. But with iPhone in hand, Thomas can summon tools that early winemakers could never have imagined. View Profile
Rocking the world of musicians with iPhone.
As the developer of the world’s first digital modeling amplifier and the leading provider of digitally mastered tones, Line 6 knows good technology when they see it. And in iPhone, they saw new possibilities for helping their business — and musicians — rock hard. View Profile
Banking on accessibility.
Keeping Securant’s bankers in constant contact, and helping them win clients and close deals, is iPhone. View Profile
Chocolatology meets technology.
At TCHO, chocolate-making has been fine-tuned, producing artisanal chocolate from scratch. They are committed to creating unique flavor profiles that bring out the bean’s origins, and to do that, they uses custom-developed machinery in their chocolate lab. Helping them run that lab, from near and far, is iPhone. View Profile
Data-crime solvers, armed with iPhone.
Computer Forensic Services analyze servers, hard drives, thumb drives, and mobile devices for evidence of wrongdoing — and then testify as to the validity of their findings in front of a jury. And when it’s time to enter the courtroom, they are glad to have iPhone in their pockets. View Profile
Diversity through animation. Efficiency through iPhone.
At Big Bad Boo, iPhone is indispensable for reviewing multiple file formats including images, documents, video, and music on the fly. They also use iPhone for communication, production, sales presentations, travel, accounting, and something else they know a lot about: fun. View Profile
Taking the store with you.
Massimo Marinucci runs a $20 million business with just six employees, an online enterprise system, and his iPhone. This retailer accesses all of his mission critical business information including inventory management, point of sale, and accounting, all via iPhone. View Profile
Taking iPhone to new depths.
iPhone is helping these engineers deploy submarines and subsea rovers all over the world — without breaking the bank. View Profile
Using iPhone to improve patient care.
Dr. Dan Diamond takes iPhone into the exam room, where he uses it to educate patients — and practice better medicine. With a few key apps, he looks up conditions and medications, shows patients anatomy drawings, and screens important safety videos. View Profile
Taking iPhone to new heights.
Zeppelin pilot Jim Dexter uses iPhone for flight planning, in-flight weather reports, and keeping in touch with the ground crew. View Profile
Never missing an opportunity.
As a public relations executive, Jennifer Berson is always networking on the go. With iPhone, she never misses an opportunity. View Profile
Catching waves in the palm of the hand.
With 150 cameras tracking surf conditions around the world, Surfline.com requires around-the-clock monitoring. Thanks to iPhone, that’s exactly what it gets. View Profile
Tools a real estate agent needs.
With iPhone, real estate agent Vija Williams has all the tools she needs. So she can spend more time in the field making sales. View Profile
Revolutionizing the supply chain.
This innovative supply chain company saved over $100,000 by developing a supply chain app for iPhone - in just six weeks. View Profile
Creativity through collaboration.
iPhone has given L.A.’s Aedas architects constant connectivity. And that has led to a huge spike in productivity, as high as 400%. View Profile
Streamlining service with iPhone.
At Patrick Albrecht’s restaurants, managers use iPhone to book banquets, pull reports, and deliver a better customer experience. View Profile