Resco Mobile CRM is a perfect fit for sales reps, service technicians, and other workers, who require constant access to their CRM data. With an easy-to-use configuration tool, it can be modified to meet any organization’s requirements and create a tailor-made user experience. The app integrates directly with Microsoft Dynamics CRM (without any middleware or third-party servers) and combines the CRM features with the capabilities of mobile devices to create a perfect tool for everyday use on the go. Continue reading
From enlisting information about the latest update to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online 2016 to their Microsoft Social Engagement 2016 update, it’s no wonder MS Dynamics CRM is heading up in the ranks of the most role-based, contextual solution providing superior business user productivity. Continue reading
When Microsoft acquired FieldOne (which was announced in August this year), a vivid discussion immediately spurred in the Dynamics CRM ecosystem, as it was apparent that the FieldOne Sky product was becoming part of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM offering. Resco played a part in the deal too, as the mobile solution named FieldOne Sky Mobile is fully based on Resco Mobile CRM.
Some rumors have occurred, indicating that Resco Mobile CRM is about to be a part of every Microsoft Dynamics CRM Professional and Enterprise license for no additional charge. Continue reading
The news about the FieldOne acquisition that resonated in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM industry popped up on the radar of many of you—our customers and partners.
Let me first congratulate FieldOne and Microsoft on behalf of the entire Resco team.
As many of you know, the mobile solution within the FieldOne Sky product is based on Resco Mobile CRM: the bulletproof offline capabilities, maps, GPS navigation, calendar/scheduling or multiplatform configuration tool to tweak the app to name just a few perks of Resco. No wonder the mobile customer service technology is mentioned as one of the top reasons behind the Microsoft – FieldOne deal, as reported by GeekWire, Fortune, InformationWeek and many others. Continue reading