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“The only way to increase productivity at SAP is to increase the productivity of the people."

And, according to SAP VP of IT Services, Martin Lang, the best way to do that is to provide employees the technology they are most comfortable with. At SAP, that’s Apple.

Since rolling out its Apple@SAP initiative, and the subsequent Apple Center of Excellence team, SAP has deployed more than 17,000 Mac, 83,000 iOS and 170 Apple TV devices. SAP is managing these devices together with Jamf Pro to create a native and integrated IT and user experience across all Apple devices.

But SAP is only one organization that has seen the benefits of moving away from a unified endpoint management (UEM) model. Many others took stage at the Jamf Nation User Conference to show how leveraging one solution to manage one ecosystem is the only way to get the most out of your devices. Hear from:

SAP

A long-time Mac customer, hear why Jamf was chosen to manage all Apple devices.

Warby Parker

Enrolling 1600-plus Apple devices without disrupting business operations.

University of California — San Diego

Leveraging Jamf and the Apple ecosystem to transform the patient experience.