Last month at resco.next in Amsterdam we started a new era for Resco. Before the conference we were known to our partners and customers as a provider of Mobile Sales and Field Service solutions with native integration with leading CRM backends such as Microsoft Dynamics. This situation is going to change significantly and we are sure that it will positively influence our whole ecosystem. 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
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
To build or to buy?
That’s a question countless companies face when shopping for software to further enhance their operations. And mobile solutions for sales and field service are no exception. But since there are already dozens of articles discussing the general issue of packaged (commercial) vs. custom developed software, we decided to go further down the rabbit hole and ask a more specific question:
What if someone told you they can develop a mobile app for sales and field service with full offline functionality for you in 6 months? Is that even possible? Continue reading
MADhack – our mobile application development hackathon – returned to Bratislava, Slovakia (Resco’s hometown) on the 2nd and 3rd of December 2016. And young prospective developers had once again an opportunity to showcase their talent, working either on mobile apps of their own, or teaming up on projects proposed by the Resco development team. Continue reading
From $10,000 to over a million dollars. That’s quite a broad range of estimates you’ll come across when you type “how much it costs to develop an app” into Google. Naturally, the price tag you end up with depends on countless aspects: What development approach will you take? What will the app do? Who is going to use it? And many more.
But let’s say, you want to give an app to your customers – so they can browse through and purchase products (or services) you offer. With that in mind, we bring you a breakdown of key aspects which influence the cost of developing an app for your customers. Continue reading