I want to use Resco on mobile devices. Do we need to consider SW and HW requirements? If yes, can you tell me these requirements?”
(a quote from an email we’ve received)
Let’s talk about mobile devices. In particular, which devices will work best if you are planning to use Resco Mobile CRM. Continue reading
Curious to see how Resco Mobile CRM handles documents? Then you’ve come to the right place because we’ll go over everything you can do with documents on the go.
Documents, pictures, voice recordings…
Picture this: You receive a package, and the delivery guy asks you to sign for the delivery at the door. Not an unusual situation. Now imagine you can do the same thing with your Mobile CRM application and have your customers sign orders or your employees verify inspections with a simple swipe of a finger.
Resco Mobile CRM client for Microsoft Dynamics CRM (and other back-end systems) supports signatures. Continue reading
Not only emails can be tracked in Resco’s mobile CRM client for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, but you can track phone call activities as well. So all those conversations won’t get lost in time, but will be safely stored away in the CRM system until you need to come back to them. Continue reading
We wanted you to have a complete resource of things you can do with MS Dynamics CRM on your phone and tablet.
Because there are so tons of amazing things you can get inspired by and, ultimately, put into practice. Continue reading
Sadly, Convergence is over. If you missed the event or just got sidetracked during, we’ve put together a few impressions from it – we’ll be talking about mobility as, after all, that’s where our expertise lies. Continue reading
One of our customers described how they went about purchasing a mobile CRM application: they first opted for custom development. The project then took longer than expected, costed more than estimated and the result was poorer that desired. What did they do? They scrapped the whole project after just 6 months in the making and went ahead and bought another solution, which now works as they want it to work.
What surprised me about this is that Continue reading