Entity form & Edit form editor
Form is a screen in the application that contains numerous fields which either hold or await the data. It is a tool that enables system administrators to represent the database data and collect user data in a user-friendly way. Each form should be easily understandable, which can be achieved by organized placement of the required components on the form. Continue reading
Ever since the Resco platform was incorporated as the default Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Field Service mobile client, we’ve received numerous inquiries about the licensing requirements and customization of the solution.
Today we’re bringing you an overview of the most frequently asked questions, so you can always find the answers easily organized in one place. Continue reading
Despite the hot summer months and vacations in full swing, we at Resco don’t want to stand still and rather try to further improve our products and services. And today we have some new and updated documentation for you.
Bill Malone is a person whose contact record is inactive in the CRM database because he doesn’t represent the partner company anymore. All fields on his contact form are visible but it is not possible to edit them or otherwise use them. However, Bill has recently returned to his position and the sales rep using Resco Mobile CRM would like to activate the contact record again. Continue reading
Ever wondered how others utilize their Mobile CRM solution? To what extent do companies modify the app they get from Resco? Or which are the most popular entities utilized by our customers?
Then wonder no more, as we’re bringing you a sneak peek behind the curtain – exploring the usage of Mobile CRM at 200 of our largest customers. These are companies with the highest number of Resco licenses deployed to aid the job of their mobile staffers daily. Continue reading
It’s the classic story: A map meets an entity, the entity has GPS coordinates, the map displays its records.
But what happens, when the entity does not have GPS coordinates? For example appointments.
No happy end? Continue reading