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
You probably know the drill – you come to a large conference and during lunch hour you try to fight your way through fellow attendees to a meal. And when you finally manage to find a free seat, the cafeteria is usually so busy that trying to have a focused conversation with a colleague, prospect, or a business partner can be quite difficult. Besides, sometimes the food is not that great either.
So why exactly are we describing the scenery of conference canteens? Continue reading
What is the most pressing issue we experience when approaching government and public offices? Usually, dealing with them is just too cumbersome. However, as apps allow people to do pretty much anything, anytime and anywhere, both local and national governments are increasingly looking to get in on the act.
Yet, given the obvious benefits for citizens, why is it that governments are not making more use of mobile apps? Continue reading
We’ve covered the basics of Consumer Apps based on Resco’s Mobile CRM app (useful not only for customers, but for smoother interactions with partners, volunteers, suppliers, fans and other allies as well) in an earlier post.
But how can you keep track of new records and modifications made by external users and ensure these users will access only the information related specifically to them? Continue reading
The end of 2016 is coming up fast, meaning there is no better time to engage in a time-honoured new year tradition: making predictions for the upcoming year, 2017!
The App Economy & its Path to $166 Billion
In the past 12 months, the time people spent using mobile apps provided by brick-and-mortar businesses increased by a whopping 40%. Continue reading
Are you still on the fence regarding the value of B2C mobile applications to businesses? A study conducted by Iowa State University confirms that apps indeed work as revenue boosters. Continue reading