Resco.next Conference 2015 will be held in Vienna, the capital of Austria. Why you ask? Because we want you to maximize your time while you come to learn about Mobile CRM with a cultural experience worth your travelling. And June is the ideal month.
Back in the day, in 1950’s, instant cake mixes were launched on the market. Making it super-easy for any housewife to place a wonderful cake on the table in no time.
The problem was: Nobody wanted them. Continue reading
Mobile ecosystem is extremely heterogeneous – there are 3 major operating systems (iOS, Android, Windows) and hundreds of various device models. To make things even more complicated, you’ve got devices divided into phones, tablets and laptops.
In such difficult environment, it is very important for a mobile software developer to have a system where the mobile app is tested in as many scenarios and on as many device models as possible. Continue reading
I’d like to make sure we’re are all on the same page, so let’s quickly run over the basics:
In order to use a customized (professional version) of Resco Mobile CRM, you need to have a mobile license (a license for the professional version of Resco Mobile CRM).
A mobile license is not to be confused with a Microsoft Dynamics CRM license.
2 different things.
A user can log into Dynamics CRM via the mobile app using his/her existing credentials, however without a mobile license, he/she will only see the out-of-the-box version of the app, not the customized version of it.
How can you obtain mobile licenses?
How did Woodford get its name?
Long time ago (in 2011) in a land far far away (in Bratislava, Slovakia), Resco’s CEO was asked to name the new customizing tool for Resco Mobile CRM. The first thing he saw served as an inspiration for the product’s name.
As luck would have it, just in that moment he happened to be Continue reading
So your goal is to deliver a presentation, in which you want to show off a smartphone or tablet application to an audience.
How can you do this?
Approach #1: Hold the tablet/phone in the air (and wave it like you just don’t care)
In the previous post titled Mobile CRM limits. Where are they?, we talked about things that limit the application; such as RAM, storage and Internet speed. If you haven’t read that post yet, we highly advise you to do so.
What we are going to do now is to give Resco Mobile CRM application a test run and investigate the database it created.
Desktop is the best platform for such experiments – all the tools are available for free and the file system is open. (Plus, there’s a security benefit: Your business data won’t be exposed to the public network.) Continue reading