Dynamics CRM for phones does not work on Android 5

I am working on another comparison between Resco Mobile CRM and Microsoft’s mobile client for Dynamics CRM. As a part of my research, I go through all possible sources: websites, videos, forums, app stores…

This time, while reading the reviews on Dynamics CRM for phones on Google Play store, I realized how big of a difference one little attribute makes. Namely this one:

Microsoft’s Dynamics CRM mobile client for phones does not work on Android 5 (Lollipop)

It might be just a one line in my comparison chart, but it can cause a lot of stress. See for yourself:

Google Play reviews on Microsoft's Dynamics CRM for phones
My advise?

Try Resco Mobile CRM for Microsoft Dynamics CRM instead.

Microsoft is never going to be as agile as Resco is. They’re just too big, too settled in their ways, and they’ve got bigger fish to fry – it makes sense for them not to put too much effort in a niche segment of mobility.

Resco, on the other hand, has to prove it deserves the trust of its customers. That’s why we make sure new OS are supported right away. That’s just how we roll.

Resco announcing Android 5 support in its newsletter

Android 5.0 was released last November and so was the compatible version of Resco Mobile CRM.

Download Resco Mobile CRM for Android onto your phone or tablet. The out-of-the-box version is free of charge (see the description of its functionality)  and the cost of the professional version is insignificant when you take into account the benefits it brings to users on a daily basis.

One thought on “Dynamics CRM for phones does not work on Android 5

  1. Pingback: Microsoft’s mobile client for Dynamics CRM 2015 vs. Resco Mobile CRM (Update) | resco.net

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