So, you’re thinking about developing your own Dynamics CRM application? Let me stop you right there! Starting from scratch brings many difficulties for which you might or might not find an effective solution to.
I don’t want to be the bad guy here, but I’ll just say it flat out: Developing your own CRM app is not the best idea.
Okay, it might seem a tad bit biased coming from someone Continue reading
This is the second part of Resco MobileCRM 2013 Retrospective. Now we’ll take a look at the development of our partner & customer base.
If you missed the first part of the 2013 retrospective devoted to the progress of the solution, you can catch up here, otherwise just keep on reading. Continue reading
The end of 2013 is slowly but surely approaching. It’s the perfect time to look back at what has changed over the past year.
This first part of Resco MobileCRM 2013 Retrospective focuses on new features that made their way into the solution. I think you would agree, when I say that the sheer number of them Continue reading
As usual, we are bringing you couple of new, chic features. Find the one (or more) you can put to good use.
Grouping of objects
What is it? Entities in Home Form can be grouped into different folders.
You can, for example, create a folder for records and views you use most often; managers can create separate folders for different types of employees, and so on. Continue reading
What do you think of the new mobile app from Microsoft? What does it mean for Resco?
These questions (and their variations) are now more popular than ever. We might as well answer them publicly. So here it goes:
We have taken a look at the new mobile app from Microsoft – if you stay with me for a moment, I’ll try to explain the major differences. Continue reading
In my previous blog named New User Scenarios for Resco Mobile CRM, part 1, I tried to introduce new types of authentication that will be available in the upcoming update of Resco Mobile CRM. I have already explained a typical user scenario for the Registered User type of authentication, and now, I’d like to explore the other new option – Anonymous Authentication. Continue reading
End of September 2013, we will release our Autumn update of the Resco Mobile CRM. It’s the 3rd major update this year, and although previous two brought fantastic improvements such as Enterprise Security, Mobile Audit and others, this one will be an extraordinary. It will allow usage of Mobile CRM app also for non-CRM users such as suppliers, partners, or customers. Continue reading