Apple at work.

Watch how businesses around the world are using Apple devices and apps to change the way they work.

Capital One

Empowering associates.

Capital One deploys iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch to provide associates across the company with the devices they know and love. This approach empowers them to reimagine the experience of banking.

When you give people the intuitive devices that they know and love, tools to create new experiences and reach consumers in new ways, that’s where you start to see great things happen.

Frank LaPrade Chief Enterprise Services Officer, Capital One

SKF

Transforming manufacturing.

At SKF, iPhone and iPad connect factory operators to colleagues and the production line, enabling workers to collaborate and quickly solve problems.

It’s really about empowering the operators on the factory floor. Connecting them even more with their factory line manager in a more efficient way. Creating new ways of communication.

Christoffer Malm Head of Connectivity Room, SKF

British Airways

Improving customer engagement.

Service agents at British Airways use iPad and customized apps to engage with customers, share important flight updates and airport information, rebook travel and track luggage.

200+British Airways is using iPad, iOS and custom apps to deliver improved services at over 200 airports around the world.

Schindler

Maintenance made easier.

Schindler technicians use iPhone to search accurate inventory, order parts and access a catalogue of technical information, service instructions, safety guidelines and checklists.

17,760mEvery year the FieldWiki app saves a stack of paper that’s 17,760 metres tall. That’s twice the height of Mt. Everest.

Finnpilot

Optimizing workflows.

Pilots at Finnpilot use iPad to accept job assignments, receive critical pilotage information, report unsafe conditions and begin invoicing, so they can complete their tasks with a single device.

iPad can hold thousands of necessary documents, maps and other essential items. This helps us be more prepared.

Jan Pihlström Chief Pilot, Finnpilot Pilotage Ltd

Tokyo Metro

Making operations more efficient.

Tokyo Metro inspectors use iPad and iBeacon to locate, document and report problems instead of juggling digital cameras, maps and heavy stacks of forms every day in tunnel inspections.

We need our employees to have the latest technology to do their best work. Therefore, iPad has become a great tool for us.

Yoshimitsu Oku President, Tokyo Metro