A very common usage scenario for mobile CRM is mobile field inspections.
No wonder. Most inspectors spent the majority of their time out in the field, doing what they are paid to do: inspect things. So a mobile application is an ideal solution for them—it gets rid of papers once and for all. Continue reading →
These are some of the most used arguments you might stumble upon when talking about Mobile CRM. Let’s debunk these myths right now:
Myth 1: Mobile CRM is just for occasionally looking up some data
Let’s say you are working on a big project and you want to check its progress as you’re having dinner at home. Or you’re at a conference and you want to get some work done in-between the sessions. In these cases, mobile CRM is a nice-to-have thing.
However, Mobile CRM is a real working tool for a large group of people.
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 →
This blog will make sense to you, if you already know the ‘Run Report’ functionality that Microsoft Dynamics CRM offers. (No need to know a lot about it – you’ll get by with just a standard user knowledge).
To design a good Mobile CRM app, we need to first understand a typical day of a salesman. What his main tasks and activities throughout the day are.
We have talked to several sales people from various industries. And we talked to our internal sales reps as well. Our findings show what the most common answer amongst sales reps is: Continue reading →