The Clash of the Titans: Microsoft Dynamics 365 vs. Salesforce

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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

Which tablet for business? Apple iPad Pro versus Microsoft Surface Pro 4

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Every now and then we receive a question from our customers and partners about which mobile devices we recommend for business users. And since professional tablets are already being touted even as PC replacements we decided to take a closer look at two main competitors in the enterprise tablet ring – Apple’s iPad Pro and  Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4. Ladies and gentlemen, let’s get ready to rumble! Continue reading

iOS or Android: What’s in store for enterprise?

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Cupertino vs. Mountain View, the droid or the apple, or simply Android vs. iOS. With the demise of Blackberry 10 OS, and a little over 1% market share for Windows, Apple and Google mobile platforms have effectively seized the entire mobile market over the past years. And even though the debate which system to choose is a long running one among consumers, it has only recently grown to similar proportions among the business community. Take a closer look with us at both systems’ security, apps, hardware & more as we uncover what iOS and Android have in store for enterprise use. Continue reading

Resco vs. MoCA

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MoCA & Salesforce1

I’ll start with a question. Why does Microsoft need MoCA? The answer is easy. Because Saleceforce.com (SFDC) has its own mobile app (called Salesforce1), and it is an important mark in the comparison table. This is also a reason Microsoft provides MoCA for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online and On-premise (2013/2015 and up with various exceptions). Continue reading

Every 100th Microsoft Dynamics CRM user is a Resco Mobile CRM user

Every 40th Dynamics CRM customer is also Resco customer

Just recently we announced that Resco signed its 1000th customer of Resco Mobile CRM client for MS Dynamics CRM, so it’s the perfect time to reveal few numbers also about the users.

As of September 2015, just when we reached our 1000th customer milestone, the total number of Resco Mobile CRM users exceeded 42,000. This means that on average, there are 42 users per one customer. Continue reading

Microsoft’s mobile client for Dynamics CRM 2016 vs. Resco Mobile CRM (Update)

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 mobile client versus Resco Mobile CRM

 

Last updated in April 2016.

We’ve published two other comparison articles in the past. If you want to see how the two applications (Resco Mobile CRM & Microsoft’s MoCa) progressed in time, take a look at:

 

What has changed?

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Dynamics CRM for phones does not work on Android 5

I am working on another comparison between Resco Mobile CRM and Microsoft’s mobile client for Dynamics CRM. As a part of my research, I go through all possible sources: websites, videos, forums, app stores…

This time, while reading the reviews on Dynamics CRM for phones on Google Play store, I realized how big of a difference one little attribute makes. Namely this one: Continue reading

What’s included in the free version of Resco Mobile CRM?

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Resco’s mobile client for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Salesforce, and Oracle CX can be downloaded from:

 This is a FREE application.

  • It’s fully functional.
  • It can be synchronized with Dynamics CRM, Salesforce, and Oracle CX.
  • It’s not time-constrained.
  • It does not include any ads. Nor does it require users to input contact details.

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Will Microsoft release mobile client for Dynamics CRM that will also be capable to work offline?

Hate to burst anyone’s bubble, but Microsoft is not releasing an offline capable mobile client for Dynamics CRM for years to come.

Even though there have been talks of MoCa’s upcoming offline functionality all over the Internet for some time now.

Here’s what my google search revealed

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Resco’s unfair advantage over Microsoft: The ultimate reason that makes me believe people are better off with us

Deciding who to purchase mobile client for Dynamics CRM from? Certainly going directly with Microsoft instead of an independent vendor is better, right?

Wrong.

Story #1

A few years ago I purchased a new smartphone Continue reading