Business mobility’s great, right? But getting it right you can come across a few pitfalls, just like with any new solution or process an organization is introducing for the first time.
So what are the essentials to keep in mind before launching your first mobile CRM project? 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
At Resco, we write. We write articles, because we love knowledge sharing. To be precise, last year, we shared 72 posts that received more than 100k views!
Check out the content that garnered the most attention in 2017: 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
From mobility through whiskey to CRM. We will get down to business. We will talk a lot about CRM and even more about Mobile CRM. Continue reading
How do mobile technologies affect non-profit organizations? Do they affect them at all?
Let’s find out!
Imagine, one day, your non-profit will change the world and loyal donors and stakeholders will be on your side.
10 best things you can do offline with Salesforce data
Offline matters. Especially nowadays.
Even in Europe, where Internet connectivity is generally perceived as very good, there are areas and countries with poor 3G and 4G support. There are a pocketful of places with poor or no connectivity possible. What about the garages, planes, rural/uninhabited areas, or elevators? Continue reading