resco.next is not a “one-hit wonder.“ Attendees, including customers do not come & go. They come and they come back next year.
Topics tied to enterprise mobility and relaxed atmosphere. That’s “next“. With each year, you are in for an equally fine experience, but with every edition, you bring home a unique value & memories. The prospects return, as well. However as new customers. Continue reading →
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.
The goal is to connect Microsoft Dynamics 365, Salesforce and Resco customers with the best enterprise mobility solutions that our partner ecosystem offers – whether for mobile sales, field service, inspections, route planning, or other business scenarios. Continue reading →
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? *
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 →
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.
Enterprise Mobility. Its value for businesses is often underestimated. The resco.next conference, however, dedicated the majority of its content to this crucial topic.
Why talk about it? Business Mobility is more complex and has more to offer than you can imagine. Market leaders like Gartner recognize that it is something not to be overlooked by companies. In fact, by 2020, 70% of software interactions in enterprises will occur on mobile devices. Continue reading →