Windows tablet—my primary tool for Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Even though Windows tablets have currently around 2-3% market shareAMD expects Windows tablets will hold 20% market share by 2017. The projection is based on the new Windows 8 OS but let’s have a look how you can use a Windows tablet or even a PC to work with Microsoft Dynamics CRM now.

The only native application with online and offline capabilities in the market is Resco Mobile CRM App—it provides almost the same functionality you may find in other tablets: iPad, Android, while keeping very similar UI and design.

Resco Mobile CRM for Windows tablet

Resco Mobile CRM for Windows tablet

Resco Mobile CRM for Windows tablet

Resco Mobile CRM for Windows tablet

The app is great for demonstrations, as there is no need to connect a mobile device to your computer or data projector. What’s even more interesting, are a couple of cases of users who prefer to use the app on their PCs to the Internet Explorer with dozens of windows popping up. The app can be easily customized by Woodford, so it reflects the configuration of your CRM’s Workplace.

Download the app and try it yourself. It also works on a Windows PC and can be controlled by mouse, instead of the finger.

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