Believe it or not, resco.next is a pretty big thing for us.
As the matter of fact, the closer it comes, the bigger it appears. The idea behind the conference has always been simple. To learn about mobile CRM, connect within the community and discover new opportunities for growing business.
But then, it was none other than our customers and partners who made us think again. They made us realize that thanks to this “little big” gathering, they found out more about our own Resco CRM, that is a standalone CRM solution – unlike Resco Mobile CRM that was created especially for Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
The sessions at resco.next run continuously in three parallel tracks – Technical, Business and Resco CRM. The whole track is dedicated to one single product. That must mean something, right?
No wonder, there are 5 sessions delving deep into the use and benefits of Resco CRM. Let’s go through what to expect at them together. But before slighting down to this, let me ask you few simple questions:
- Are you fond of new and never-tried-before things?
- Have you ever wondered what the difference between Mobile CRM for Dynamics CRM and Resco Mobile CRM was?
- Do you want to know more about a lightweight/standalone CRM solution with its own server + mobile and desktop client?
- Are you all in to master your technical expertise while using Resco CRM?
If you nodded to one or more of these questions, then guess what, I highly recommended for you to appear at one of the 5 sessions about Resco CRM. Or… who am I kidding? You shall get the entire picture and take part in all the presentations.
From the basic overview through intermediate customization to advanced integrations – this will be all covered in 2 days.
But one by one…
All you need to know about Resco CRM – Beginner
A place to be for those still looking for a good CRM option with a strong mobile component. Before considering all the possibilities, you obviously need to know more. In this session, we’ll talk about the things you need to know about Resco CRM. We’ll see what’s there and what’s missing compared to global players. And we’ll also take a look at the costs.
Customizing Resco CRM part 1 – Beginner
Moving on, we will get down to customizing. Here, you will be able to follow a simple process of tailoring Resco CRM. We’ll show you how to create custom entities and fields, how to customize the dashboard, or how to change default views and forms.
Customizing Resco CRM part 2 – Intermediate
Once you sharpen your customizing skills, you’ll realise you are able to do more and more. You already know how to do the basics. Now it’s time to go further. In this session, you’ll learn how the rules and commands work. You’ll be able to define custom business logic that will allow you to, for instance, color-code records or create a calendar rule that will prompt users to fill in the location when creating an appointment.
Importing data to Resco CRM – intermediate
Let’s get some data into Resco CRM. We’ll explore the options how to do this. From standard methods (data import from Excel), not-so-traditional-ones (contacts import from Gmail and Exchange), to those special ones (creating a custom tool) – we’ll examine all the possibilities.
Connecting Resco CRM with 3rd Party Solutions
Join this session to learn how to connect Resco CRM with a 3rd party system with the use of web services and plugins. We will be showing you an example, in which Martin will create a simple connector between Resco CRM and a SQL-based system.
resco.next 2015 is over
However, you can pre-register for the upcoming edition which will take place in Munich (EU) and Philadelphia (US) in autumn 2016. Find out all the latest details at the official conference website www.resco.net/next.