Resco in 2018: Recap and latest plans

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With 2019 now upon us, let’s take a quick look back at 2018 – the year that turned out to be the most successful in Resco’s history, brought us exciting new opportunities and numerous great achievements. Continue reading

Resco in 2017: Recap and future plans

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Yet another year went by and the time for our quick annual recap has arrived once again. Let’s dive right in. Continue reading

Entering a new era: 4 new products unveiled at resco.next 2017

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Last month at resco.next in Amsterdam we started a new era for Resco. Before the conference we were known to our partners and customers as a provider of Mobile Sales and Field Service solutions with native integration with leading CRM backends such as Microsoft Dynamics. This situation is going to change significantly and we are sure that it will positively influence our whole ecosystem. Continue reading

New products by Resco

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Although Resco has been in the market for 18 years, our first touch to CRM technology is dated about a decade ago. The first version of Resco Mobile CRM for Microsoft Dynamics was released in 2009. Since that time, it has become our flagship product. We’ve done a lot of development regarding CRM and mobile functionalities. But not just that. We’ve done a lot of R&D regarding other technologies such as maps, routes, data analytics, BI, rapid application development, browser based technologies, integrations, etc. Continue reading

Resco in 2016: Recap & Future Plans

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Recap

2016 was another exciting year for Resco, full of great news and achievements.

In January, we acquired CWR Mobility, which stabilized our leading position as a provider
of mobile offline solutions for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Thanks to the acquisition, we Continue reading

Resco’s roadmap: Offline for all

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In May we announced the Resco Mobile CRM Roadmap for 2016. It contains a list of great improvements and new features that are useful for field sales and service users, admins of CRM systems and partners that want to do serious business with enterprise mobility. Continue reading

Resco vs. MoCA

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MoCA & Salesforce1

I’ll start with a question. Why does Microsoft need MoCA? The answer is easy. Because Saleceforce.com (SFDC) has its own mobile app (called Salesforce1), and it is an important mark in the comparison table. This is also a reason Microsoft provides MoCA for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online and On-premise (2013/2015 and up with various exceptions). Continue reading