How to use Resco CRM alongside Microsoft Dynamics CRM


We created Resco Mobile CRM as a mobile client for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. But did you know that we have also developed our own CRM solution? Resco Mobile CRM as you know it has now its own server and together with the application, it is called Resco CRM. Continue reading

Let’s talk mobility at the CRMUG Summit 2015 in Reno | Oct 13-16

Resco is joining CRMUG Summit 2015 in Reno, Nevada as a platinum sponsor

We are excited to join CRMUG Summit again, now as a platinum sponsor, in Reno-Tahoe, Nevada.

Ivan Stano, Paul Selinger, Miro Pomsar & Maros Hajtas from Resco will be there to show MS Dynamics CRM users how to mobilize their employees as well as their stakeholders. Continue reading

Is Resco Mobile CRM compatible with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015?

Resco Mobile CRM compatible with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015

Yes, indeed. Resco Mobile CRM has been compatible with the newest version of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, titled 2015, for quite some time now. Since the very beginning actually. Continue reading

8 not-to-miss events for CRM professionals

CRM conferences and events for Q2 2015

Once you start sailing in the waters of CRM, you realize it is not exactly a smooth one way journey. You are often forced to take several turns or take a step back. Sometimes you may end up stuck in the “harbor” for a while.

But guess what? That is all fine. As long as you don’t just sit there and wait for a random sailor to save you. You are the one to take an initiative. Go ahead and talk to people. Ask for help, seek for advice.

Even the biggest players – the most experienced & bravest fish face imperfections. The CRM industry is one massive universe with its highs and lows, but it is also a great place to grow and learn.

Events, summits, conferences.

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It is 2020, are you still in love with your CRM system?


Raise your hand, if you´ve ever been asked that question:

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

Yeah, THAT popular question. Then, it would be even more ridiculous for me to ask you where on earth do you see your CRM system in 5 years. Or would it…?

The question breaking the surface here is whether the CRM system will even exist in the near future or not. And if so, will I be using it? Will I be needing it? Continue reading