It’s confirmed. Humans have shorter attention span than goldfish these days. According to a research an average human’s attention span has fallen from 12 seconds in 2000, to 8 seconds in 2015. Meanwhile, goldfish are believed to have an attention span of 9 seconds.
Therefore, making questionnaire forms shorter, easier to understand and customized based on the respondent’s answers is key to get people to fill out questionnaires properly. Continue reading →
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 →
Did you know that we created an app that supports cities in Resco’s homeland, Slovakia? Lepšia obec (=Better City) aims to streamline relationships and simplify communication between municipalities and its residents.
You might have heard that Resco’s CTO, Miro Pomsar, and Field Service Business Development Manager, Andrew Lorraine are currently visiting Cameroon with the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR). They’ve been assisting with the roll-out of UNHCR’s brand new refugee population registration and identity management ecosystem, where Resco’s mobile app and field server play critical roles.
Now at the halfway point of their trip, take a closer look at what they’ve been up to in Central Africa so far. Continue reading →
Collecting information in the field, in most use cases you expect a certain type of questionnaire to be available in certain situations and not in others. To enable this in Resco Inspections, we have introduced an option to associate a questionnaire template.
The general idea is that – when integrating Resco Inspections with Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM – you can use many-to-many relationships to associate a questionnaire with an entity. The many-to-many relationship connects the questionnaire template to the actual record, so this defines which template belongs to which record.
We know that it’s always better to show than just to talk about it, so we’ve prepared the following detailed example.
Resco Training Roadshow is making two stops in the USA in April 2019. After successful training conducted in November and December last year, we are bringing additional in-person training to new locations in the USA. Continue reading →
With more than one year of collaboration and 15+ countries already under our belt, Resco is teaming up with the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) in a brand-new way – by undertaking a joint mission to Cameroon just a few short days from now.
The goal? To assist and observe an actual roll-out of PRIMES, UNHCR’s cutting-edge Population Registration and Identity Management EcoSystem, where the Resco Cloud platform plays a critical role. Continue reading →