User Interface. User Experience. User Adoption. User Engagement. Too many buzzwords?
Yes indeed, but Apple built its business model on them, and has now quarterly revenue of $64 billion*.The term “User Experience” owes its origin to Donald Arthur ‘Don’ Norman** that put meaning to it while working at Apple in 1993. Architecture and functionality are alpha and omega of any product, including mobile software. However, it is the design and overall look ‘n feel that drives user engagement. Continue reading →
Resco Winter Update 2019 is here and brings a number of new possibilities for the users. The main highlights include improved user interface of our apps and added functionality to the Inspections. And we have something more for you to see. In this blog, we are going to introduce three noteworthy innovations that are also coming with Resco Winter Update. They help you to benefit from our solutions in new scenarios and harness AI functionality directly within the questionnaires. Let’s see them in more detail:
Think of beta testing as an important phase of your business mobile strategy.Why?
Because when the new version of your app comes, you and your users will be ready to work with it without compromises. Beta testing simply means improving the experience for your users and reducing potential risks.
Resco.next 2019 keynote was full of inspiring ideas. All attendees – whether coming from the partner or customer base could relate to topics covered. From innovations through user success stories to reflections on Resco DNA. Let’s now zoom at key learnings that our partners brought home from Rome. Here is the list of 6 lessons learned at resco.next every partner should know: Continue reading →
I am still buzzing from resco.next in Rome, not only from the great Italian food and amazing location but all the inspiring conversations and the chance to be a part of shaping the future of Resco.
I was proud to present one of our newest innovations, the Industry Watch initiative – where a watch that can be used by employers to gather employee insights and a revolution that could genuinely change the world. Pretty cool heh?Continue reading →
Together with a group of attendees, we started a conference with a morning run (yup, 5,5 km before the keynote!) led by Resco COO Ivan Stano. After that we discussed customer projects, attended many technical and business sessions, customers’ success panels, and – we also honored our most outstanding partners and individuals.
On the first day of the conference, we announced the winners and finalists in these 3 categories:
Resco MVP Award
Partner Innovation Award
Partner of the Year Award
In this blog post, we’ll be looking at the winners, and what makes them unique. Continue reading →
At resco.next 2019 we offered attendees a unique opportunity to request features and functionality. In the official event app, all visitors could submit suggestions and also vote for any of the submissions.
What was the most requested capability by the conference attendees in Rome? Continue reading →
Going through a comprehensive inspection process, requires time and focus.
Luckily, with the latest Inspections update, field staff can not only complete the inspections faster, but also provide more details and context to the back office. Ultimately helping to speed up any issue resolution and boosting the client satisfaction and loyalty. Continue reading →
Keeping up with your staff in the field can be a challenging task. Especially, when you have numerous team members covering a vast area. That’s why effective field operations planning starts with reliable, up-to-date information on how your team works outside of the office. Continue reading →