Resco’s Autumn Update 2020 will arrive at the end of September. And today, you can already check out several exciting additions planned for the new release! Continue reading
The COVID-19 pandemic is one of the biggest challenges we have faced in the modern era. Governments are now starting to carefully consider lifting some of the restrictions and lockdowns, but the coronavirus is probably going to stay around for some time. As scientists and health experts point out – until the vaccine comes, we will likely have to adapt to new conditions. This “new standard” will also impact the enterprise, and it won’t be just a short term change. So, how can mobility and, more specifically, Resco technology help you to overcome these unparalleled times?
Voice technology is growing exponentially. Voice assistants, like Amazon’s Alexa or Apple’s Siri are so widely used now that they became basic components of many households and businesses. This technology is changing customer behavior as people use it to perform all kinds of daily tasks – from turning on the air conditioning, searching for a song or TV show, creating shopping lists and beyond. Already in 2018, the sales of voice-enabled devices reached 1 billion.
But consumers are not the only ones who can benefit from voice control technology, as it offers countless benefits in business use as well.
Resco and Microsoft offer time-proven solutions for the mobile enterprise for years. Still, with increasing complexity and new options added, sometimes it may be confusing for companies to know, when and how to use each platform most effectively.
In this article, we will take a look at the Microsoft Dynamics 365 app and Power Apps, and compare them with Resco for Dynamics 365. We will provide examples of their use cases, features, and explain why they more complement each other, rather than compete.
We’ve all been there: You install a new update of your favorite app and after launch you realize that some things have changed. Maybe they’ve just refreshed the button colors. But they also could have moved the button somewhere else or modified how it works altogether. Continue reading
What was once considered sci-fi is now becoming a standard feature.
All of us understand the convenience of simply telling Alexa or Siri to turn on the lights, start the air conditioning, or increase the volume when your favorite song comes up. But over the last couple of years, voice recognition and voice-controlled software has matured to become highly sought-after even across the enterprise sector – saving time, increasing productivity and enabling even greater mobility. Continue reading
There’s a reason why sports teams have their logos on all their gear – from caps to socks and everything in between. Apart from selling even more merchandise, it invokes the image and values that both players and fans should buy into.
For businesses it’s pretty much the same. Continue reading
Resco mobile solutions support 26 languages by default.
If you want a list of what these are, look no further, here it is: Continue reading
GitHub is a well-known collaboration platform focused on code sharing and version control. Thanks to the integration of GitHub into Woodford, you are able to log the history of changes made in your mobile projects. You can also use this feature to revert back to older versions of projects.
Furthermore, multiple users can now cooperate and store their progress in a single repository with no data loss. Continue reading
Resco’s partner network currently consists of 500+ companies worldwide. These companies possess strong knowledge of Resco technology in combination with Microsoft Dynamics 365, Salesforce and/or other business systems. Our partners are the ones who help customers to implement, customize, and support their Resco enterprise mobility solutions.
Our partner program is designed to create mutually beneficial relationships that increase the success of partners and expand the Resco ecosystem. But what exactly are the advantages that partner companies receive when teaming up with Resco? Continue reading