The American edition of the resco.next conference is now behind us. And we’d like to wholeheartedly thank all participating partners, customers, and guest speakers who helped to make it a thought-provoking event once again.
80 attendees from 37 companies and 3 different continents enjoyed 25 insightful sessions and countless discussions in an informal atmosphere over two days in Atlanta, GA. Continue reading
Is chocolate better than vanilla? Is spring always more beautiful than autumn? Does Microsoft Dynamics 365 outclass Salesforce, or the other way around?
You get the idea. The answer to each of those questions depends on what you need, want, or like. Continue reading
Adxstudio, a Microsoft’s subsidiary, provides web portal and application lifecycle solutions for Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM, SharePoint and .NET platforms. Continue reading
As in previous two years, resco.next 2017 will come jam-packed with sessions, consultations with industry experts, meetings with peers, and much more. In this blogpost we’re bringing you an overview of the key topics that the event will focus on both from a business and technical perspective. Continue reading
For years, field service was considered primarily a cost center and companies didn’t think of their field teams as a competitive advantage. However, recently more than 1/3 of businesses view their field service teams as profit centers. Not to mention Microsoft’s Field Service customers also have a higher user per organization ratio than those using the Sales solution. Continue reading
Although Resco has been in the market for 18 years, our first touch to CRM technology is dated about a decade ago. The first version of Resco Mobile CRM for Microsoft Dynamics was released in 2009. Since that time, it has become our flagship product. We’ve done a lot of development regarding CRM and mobile functionalities. But not just that. We’ve done a lot of R&D regarding other technologies such as maps, routes, data analytics, BI, rapid application development, browser based technologies, integrations, etc. Continue reading
We’ve looked at the basic terminology and the presentation of documents in the app’s user interface in the first part of this series and continued with document filtering, viewing, editing, storage and safety. Last week, we examined the details of how Resco Mobile CRM works with file hosting services (especially SharePoint). And now we’d like to wrap up our technical deep dive into document integration with a couple of final observations and tips for improving the app’s performance. Continue reading