The partnership will offer a number of tools and services that the duo insist will provide companies with a smoother way to interact with customers using iPhone and iPads.
This includes IoT-specific tools, templates and predesigned code that will allow businesses that use iOS apps to better use data gathered from IoT platforms.
Apple has already signed deals with Cisco, Deloitte, IBM and SAP as part of its attempt to make iOS the default mobility platform for business customers.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said: “Starting 10 years ago with iPhone, and then with iPad, Apple has been transforming how work gets done, yet we believe that businesses have only just begun to scratch the surface of what they can do with our products.
“Both Apple and Accenture are leaders in building incredible user experiences and together we can continue to truly modernise how businesses work through amazing solutions that take advantage of the incredible capabilities of Apple’s technologies.”