MoCA & Salesforce1
I’ll start with a question. Why does Microsoft need MoCA? The answer is easy. Because Saleceforce.com (SFDC) has its own mobile app (called Salesforce1), and it is an important mark in the comparison table. This is also a reason Microsoft provides MoCA for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online and On-premise (2013/2015 and up with various
exceptions). Continue reading
Last updated in April 2016.
We’ve published two other comparison articles in the past. If you want to see how the two applications (Resco Mobile CRM & Microsoft’s MoCa) progressed in time, take a look at:
What has changed?
What’s the best thing about Convergence from my point of view? It’s the questions.
I love the interaction with people. See their immediate reaction when showing them the app. Hear the first thoughts and questions that come to their mind.
See what excites people and what confuses them.
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.
Here’s what my google search revealed
Deciding who to purchase mobile client for Dynamics CRM from? Certainly going directly with Microsoft instead of an
independent vendor is better, right?
A few years ago I purchased a new smartphone
What do you think of the new mobile app from Microsoft? What does it mean for Resco?
These questions (and their variations) are now more popular than ever. We might as well answer them publicly. So here it goes:
We have taken a look at the new mobile app from Microsoft – if you stay with me for a moment, I’ll try to explain the major differences.