Is chocolate better than vanilla? Is spring always more beautiful than autumn? Does Microsoft Dynamics 365 outclass Salesforce, or the other way around?
You get the idea. The answer to each of those questions depends on what you need, want, or like. Continue reading
Just three short years ago, we organized Resco’s first ever multi-day event in the U.S.A. It was in the center of American history, the city of Boston. Time is of the essence, and in 2018 we are making a new mark. A new resco.next event. Continue reading
We’re coming up on our 3rd annual resco.next conference in the USA – the one-of-a-kind event for mobile CRM leaders, users and enthusiasts.
At resco.next we gather our entire vivid community of customers and partners. Regulars would refer to it as a reunion with their folks and a great deal of new updates about Resco’s solutions. For newcomers, it is the opportunity to learn more about the newest technologies & meet Resco product experts. Ladies and gentlemen, that’s resco.next in a nutshell – educational and friendly gathering that now opens its registration with the early bird ticket! Continue reading
Where were you in 1999?
Marc Benioff (*CEO of Salesforce) was in a one-bedroom apartment writing the history of today’s biggest ‘No software’ company in the world. In that same year, same time, three young programmers were starting a small company themselves, called Resco that later became one of the leading pioneers of Mobile CRM. Continue reading
Resco Mobile CRM apart of the Resco Cloud platform is robust and versatile as you may know. And with the quarterly updates, we want to cater to all customer and partner needs with the belief in keeping up with the general market development, we understand that learning content needs to be created and kept updated.
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
For years, field service was considered primarily a cost center and companies didn’t think of their field teams as a competitive advantage. However, recently more than 1/3 of businesses view their field service teams as profit centers. Not to mention Microsoft’s Field Service customers also have a higher user per organization ratio than those using the Sales solution. Continue reading