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
Salesforce.com vs Force.com
If you are reading this blog, you may have heard of Resco Mobile CRM. In fact, you might be Resco’s long-time trusted partner and a professional user. But, have you heard of resco.next – the one-of-a-kind event for mobile CRM leaders, users, and enthusiasts? Continue reading
What do Resco Mobile CRM and Resco CRM have in common? Well, more than you’d think. In fact, together they mold into a single solution, called Resco Cloud.
Resco Cloud with 700+ features
=> Desktop CRM + Mobile App
The idea behind Resco Cloud is to intensify the consumer experience through sophisticated cloud technology with an emphasis on mobility. Continue reading
10 best things you can do offline with Salesforce data
Offline matters. Especially nowadays.
Even in Europe, where Internet connectivity is generally perceived as very good, there are areas and countries with poor 3G and 4G support. There are a pocketful of places with poor or no connectivity possible. What about the garages, planes, rural/uninhabited areas, or elevators? Continue reading
Ever wondered how others utilize their Mobile CRM solution? To what extent do companies modify the app they get from Resco? Or which are the most popular entities utilized by our customers?
Then wonder no more, as we’re bringing you a sneak peek behind the curtain – exploring the usage of Mobile CRM at 200 of our largest customers. These are companies with the highest number of Resco licenses deployed to aid the job of their mobile staffers daily. Continue reading
Why welcoming a Japanese intern on board was such a great idea
Did you know?
…that 15 million Japanese people speak English? Quite a number, right? Well, when you look at the bigger picture – the fact is, there are more than 127 million people inhabiting one of 6000 Japanese islands. We can assume that every 8th or 9th person in Japan has some knowledge of the English language. Continue reading