Drive User Engagement with revamped UI coming to Resco Winter Update

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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

How to get recognized by Forbes & stay humble

Companies lean towards digitization and innovations in enterprise mobility now more than ever. The year 2019 is rich in positive news for the enterprise mobility leaders and enthusiasts. For some, positive news and success can be defined by numbers. ROI, the number sold licenses and gained customers. And yes, all of that matters. But, look at the bigger picture: Continue reading

Partner Awards 2019 – Revealing the finalists

A couple of weeks ago, we revealed the winners of this year’s Resco Partner Awards. Now, let’s look at the finalists in the Partner of the Year and Innovation categories: Continue reading

Join me for a 5.5km .next Run in Rome

You might have heard of resco.next conference we are hosting in Rome in October 2019. If you haven’t, you can find more details here: https://resconext.com. If you have and you are attending, here is an extra activity for you to consider.

Join my colleagues and me on Thursday morning, October 24th for a 5.5km run.

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Celebrating 20 years with 20 facts about Resco [INFOGRAPHIC]

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It’s been two whole decades since Resco first sprung to life. We decided to celebrate this anniversary with a few numbers & stats – check out our infographic. Continue reading

Resco behind the scenes – “Out-of-office insights”

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Once, we invited you to our colorful office. Do you remember?
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Women in IT: How we motivate young girls to fall for code

They say the tech world needs more women. And yet, women remain underrepresented in tech overall. Why? The stats are dismal. Half of the population is made up of women, but only 20% – 25% of women hold tech & computing jobs. And did you know that mere 12% of engineers at Silicon Valley startups are women? *

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Top 8 Gems of Resco Spring ’19 Release for Salesforce users

With each release, Resco’s mobile business apps platform is meeting more and more needs of Salesforce field users. The number of customers running the mobile part of their business with Resco on Salesforce increases, and so does the power of the Resco solution, demonstrated by the quantity of enhancements coming along with every quarterly release. Continue reading

Our mission to Cameroon with the UN Refugee Agency – 5 key takeaways

It’s been a few days since Miro and I returned from our mission with the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) to Cameroon – and what a deeply meaningful experience it was for the two of us.

The mission was the culmination of many months of close partnership between Resco and UNHCR, who have incorporated the Resco platform into a broader suite of UNHCR applications managing the identity data of persons of concern, namely refugees. Miro and I were incredibly grateful for the chance to experience something totally new, both in terms of our daily work and our own knowledge of the world, while also gathering critical feedback and helping with the first deployment of these tools in Cameroon. Continue reading

5 Enterprise Mobility predictions for 2019

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Someone wise once said that life only moves forward, and this also applies to technology. The landscape changes quicker than ever, and will only continue to do so. That requires us to be constantly on our feet and embrace the change, so we have a chance to grow too.

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