Enterprise mobility in numbers: How companies utilized mobile apps in 2015?

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How were enterprises around the world approaching the deployment of mobile applications in the past year? Continue reading

Resco in 2015: Recap and further plans

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2015 was a year of great success for Resco and our Mobile CRM product. Our customer list expanded by numerous new corporate clients including Bridgestone, Coopeuch, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen, KPMG Switzerland, SCA, and about 300 more. We are proud to have you all on our customer list and will do our best to help you get as much as possible out of Mobile CRM. Continue reading

Meet us at Convergence 2015 EMEA in Barcelona

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Just as in 2014, also this year you will be able to meet Resco staff at Microsoft’s Convergence 2015 EMEA. So, if you’re also coming over, where, when and why should you look for our booth in Barcelona? Continue reading

Photo gallery – Close encounters of the mobile CRM kind at resco.next

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“A good snapshot keeps a moment from running away”

Even though resco.next is over, you can get a peek at how it went in the US.

We hope that the pictures below convey at least a fraction of the positive vibes we experienced during this two-day gathering of the mobile CRM community. Continue reading

How can the Resco Mobile CRM app connect to Microsoft Dynamics CRM?

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Here are some ways of connecting with the Microsoft Dynamics CRM server.

These options work for versions 4.0, 2011, 2013 and 2015.

Different ways of connecting to your organization

The minimal requirement for synchronizing the app with the Dynamics CRM server is the Dynamics CRM web services and the authentication services availability.

You can opt for IFD with Claim-Based Authentication or, in case when the Dynamics CRM server and the Active Directory Federation Services cannot be exposed to the Internet, you can use VPN or Direct Access connection. Continue reading