Over the last 12 months we’ve expanded our product portfolio with Resco Inspections, followed by Resco Routes. The Autumn Update 2019 also brought a major collection of features that extend Resco’s technology to wearables.
To provide an interactive way to explore what’s new, we decided to launch weekly webinars that will showcase the capabilities of Resco solutions – from basics to advanced features & customizations – and discuss the hottest topics in business mobility. These webinars are also a great opportunity to get your questions answered, as each will feature an open audience Q&A. Continue reading →
At resco.next, we’ve talked a lot about innovation and wearables for business. And as we introduced our Industry Watch initiative, we wanted to give every attendee the opportunity to experience it hands-on.
That’s why, right after the Keynote, every resco.next attendee received their own smartwatch with a pre-installed resco.next 2019 watch application. Continue reading →
Smartwatches have been part of our lives for several years now. Yet, they are still mostly used during leisure activities – doing your favorite sport, exercising, running, hiking, and other movement-related hobbies.
However, today’s smartwatches are more than suitable for countless business use cases as well. And they’ve developed far beyond a mere extension of your smartphone. Continue reading →
Resco has a global network of 500+ implementation partners. But have you ever wondered what the top performers have in common? We analyzed our premier global partners such as ORBIS, Rimrock, aXon, andNavicon and looked at what makes them so successful in enterprise mobility. Continue reading →
At the heart of each resco.next conference, there are partners, customers, special guests from Microsoft and Salesforce, and Resco experts, all looking forward to sharing their experience.
Today we’re introducing key Resco team members, who will help you navigate the landscape of enterprise mobility at the event’s 2019 edition in Rome. From CEO to leading technical, business development and marketing experts, here’s our “Magnificent 7”:Continue reading →
As a company, utilizing handy software is usually a good idea for your business. But introducing it to the people working for you, might soon become a challenge. Often, the problem is low user adoption, caused by fear and resistance to change. But don’t let this hinder you from developing the company further. Instead, you can try to overcome user adoption challenges with the following tips: Continue reading →
The goal is to connect Microsoft Dynamics 365, Salesforce and Resco customers with the best enterprise mobility solutions that our partner ecosystem offers – whether for mobile sales, field service, inspections, route planning, or other business scenarios. Continue reading →
From customer surveys and maintenance checks to incident reporting, the inspection process typically involves a lot of paper work. The advantages of going digital are hard to ignore – higher efficiency, better integration with other processes, less likelihood of papers getting lost, better searchability of data, and many others.
If you decided to take the digital plunge and are searching for a solution to adequately replace paper once and for all, we have prepared a list of considerations that will help you make your choice.
Resco Inspections is our biggest new product introduced since the original Resco Mobile CRM app. That was exactly a decade ago. During past 10 years, we came to see a large potential of the app’s functionality for field inspectors. Later, potential turned into real-life use cases. Numerous Resco customers, including Bridgestone or Enterprise Inns have utilized a handful of the solution’s features specifically for inspection scenarios. Continue reading →
There’s no crystal ball just yet. But for the Resco Route Planner, we are working on a feature that will allow you to travel through past, present and future, so you can bring unmatched efficiency and clarity into planning your field staff’s activities: Time Shift. Continue reading →