They say the tech world needs more women. And yet, women remain underrepresented in tech overall. Why? The stats are dismal. Half of the population is made up of women, but only 20% – 25% of women hold tech & computing jobs. And did you know that mere 12% of engineers at Silicon Valley startups are women? *
With 2019 now upon us, let’s take a quick look back at 2018 – the year that turned out to be the most successful in Resco’s history, brought us exciting new opportunities and numerous great achievements. Continue reading →
Events designed for the community, created by the community. Those are this year’s places to be.
And yes, massive conferences like Dreamforce bring invaluable & irreplaceable insights for Salesforce enthusiasts, nevertheless, community gatherings also do their bit for the growth of the Salesforce ecosystem. Continue reading →
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 →
A happy community supports your business. If your business is doing well, then you give back to the community. That’s why, simple as that! Obviously there’s more to it than this, but it’s always best to have your priorities straight and stay humble.
We’ve been ISV partners with Salesforce since 2016. Joining forces with over 300 Salesforce account managers and solution engineers which is helping us build our reputation in this happy ecosystem. As of today, we’ve sponsored 13 major & 6 community-led Salesforce events in total – and there’s more to come. And it’s only been 2 years, since we started to dig deeper into the Salesforce network! Anyone who knows Salesforce, knows that its wide-reaching hype is not just about a product, nor a company or its innovative technology. The uniqueness of Salesforce lies in its powerful community and fast-paced ecosystem. Continue reading →
Slowly but surely, it’s that time of year again – back to school!
And while kids might not be thrilled with the prospect, at Resco we’re very much looking forward to the start of autumn, as it means getting back to events and conferences where we can meet face to face with you – our customers, partners and prospects.
So without further delay, here are the best Dynamics 365/CRM-related events for the second half of 2018 to get excited about and where you can come across our team as well: Continue reading →
Every day, when checking our Resco calendar (in the Mobile CRM app, obviously), we are looking at the jam-packed schedule filled with variety of events.
Expositions, exhibitions, event stages, small meetup rooms. We truly practice what we preach. Working at the various places out-of-office this often has not only become a tradition, but quite an addiction to us. In a good way only.
For us, meeting people in person all over the world and shaking their hands brings more of a value than exchanging emails.
Last week our team went on a Hannover adventure, sponsoring CeBIT 2017 and Salesforce World Tour @ CeBIT 2017. It was a thrill to run into many good-old valued Resco partners. We had a chance to meet loads of established members of the Salesforce community, many of whom were interested in offline mobility that Resco Mobile CRM embodies. Continue reading →
Microsoft recently announced a new plan for its flagship events in 2017: Rescheduling Envision and shifting it to Ignite and renaming the event for partners titled Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) to Inspire. Only the developer event Build remained unchanged. But what does all of this mean for the Dynamics community? Where will Dynamics CRM users, integrators and partners meet & engage in breakthrough discussions during 2017? And what’s behind all the event changes in the past year? Continue reading →