Resco Cloud’s marketing module consists of 2 parts. An external marketing service and its integration with the Resco Cloud server. We decided for this approach, because we believe that it is more effective to utilize a mature external service with extensive marketing functionality than to develop a new marketing service from scratch. Continue reading
Adxstudio, a Microsoft’s subsidiary, provides web portal and application lifecycle solutions for Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM, SharePoint and .NET platforms. Continue reading
It is estimated that almost 75% of all business transactions come in contact with the SAP system. That’s why Resco has introduced a convenient update for their users that use SAP ERP and still want to be mobile. First, let’s talk basics. Continue reading
We’ve looked at the basic terminology and the presentation of documents in the app’s user interface in the first part of this series and continued with document filtering, viewing, editing, storage and safety. Last week, we examined the details of how Resco Mobile CRM works with file hosting services (especially SharePoint). And now we’d like to wrap up our technical deep dive into document integration with a couple of final observations and tips for improving the app’s performance. Continue reading
In today’s post, we will examine the details of how Resco Mobile CRM works with file hosting services. Continue reading
In case you did not work with Mobile CRM documents yet, we suggest to start with an earlier blog that provides a high-level overview of how to utilize documents in the Resco Mobile CRM app. It was also the most read Resco blog post of 2016.
In this blog series, we will focus on how the app works with documents from a technical point of view. Continue reading