We’ve already discussed audience demographics and topic blocks for this year’s resco.next. We strive to make the event bigger and better every year, making sure our attendees leave with practical knowledge about implementing mobility (and good networking memories). To help us make this happen, the following speakers have kindly agreed to share their experiences with Resco.
When they say mobility in the field, people often picture a sales guy meeting clients outside the office walls.
However, mobility for field service technicians is just as important (if not even more). According to Aberdeep Group Research, 80% of field service organizations say Mobile Field Service is required to improve staff efficiency and speed. Continue reading
Let’s “Delve” into things a little deeper. To be absolutely straightforward, unless you deliver a personalized experience, people will not adopt to your solution long-term. It’s a fact. According to the Journal of Experimental Psychology1 , every time a user switches programs or applications, there is a 40% reduction in productivity. If that isn’t a reality check, I’m not sure what is. Continue reading
Let me first address the pink elephant in the room:
What’s the point of Resco Mobile CRM desktop client?
After all, Resco focuses on mobile platforms. Right? Continue reading
Resco’s mobile client for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Salesforce, and Oracle CX can be downloaded from:
This is a FREE application.
- It’s fully functional.
- It can be synchronized with Dynamics CRM, Salesforce, and Oracle CX.
- It’s not time-constrained.
- It does not include any ads. Nor does it require users to input contact details.
Hate to burst anyone’s bubble, but Microsoft is not releasing an offline capable mobile client for Dynamics CRM for years to come.
Even though there have been talks of MoCa’s upcoming offline functionality all over the Internet for some time now.