Over the last 10 years, we at Resco have seen roughly about 2,500 and one mobile project implementations. It has been everything and anything “CRM-meets-a-mobile-device-and-they-shake-their-hands” type of use cases. One area that stood out from the beginning was Field Service – it was more structured, with well-defined workflows, and often required by law or highly regulated. Continue reading
It’s April 2020. Companies do not send their workers to the field the way they used to. According to tsia (Technology Services Industry Association), 88% of companies are restricting or eliminating on-site deployments due to crisis. Continue reading
The COVID-19 pandemic is one of the biggest challenges we have faced in the modern era. Governments are now starting to carefully consider lifting some of the restrictions and lockdowns, but the coronavirus is probably going to stay around for some time. As scientists and health experts point out – until the vaccine comes, we will likely have to adapt to new conditions. This “new standard” will also impact the enterprise, and it won’t be just a short term change. So, how can mobility and, more specifically, Resco technology help you to overcome these unparalleled times?
With every operation, a surgeon must follow hygiene protocols very strictly. Before surgery, surgeons have to scrub their hands for 5 full minutes. During the surgery, they are obligated to wear surgical face masks. The masks do a good job of protecting the surgical field from pathogens.
From the operating room to every workplace
Not that long ago, the face masks were mainly being used for medical purposes. Also, in the past few years, it wasn’t that uncommon to see people in countries like China or Japan protecting themselves from pollution this way. Now, face masks have become a part of our everyday outfit in many countries. What has changed? Continue reading
We have found ourselves in an unprecedented situation. And Resco would like to give a hand to everyone who’s doing their best to fight COVID-19 – whether providing services that keep us safe or handling essential jobs thanks to which all of us can stay connected. Continue reading
Resco.next 2019 keynote was full of inspiring ideas. All attendees – whether coming from the partner or customer base could relate to topics covered. From innovations through user success stories to reflections on Resco DNA. Let’s now zoom at key learnings that our partners brought home from Rome. Here is the list of 6 lessons learned at resco.next every partner should know: Continue reading
After Vienna, Boston, Munich, Philadelphia, Amsterdam, and Prague, Resco has brought its annual resco.next conference to Rome on October 24-25. With attendees from 75 companies and 23 countries in the audience, Resco CEO Miro Pomsar, and his guests took the stage to share what’s next for the company after 20 years on the market. Continue reading
Last year, while attending an IT awards show, I ran into a CEO of an IT hardware distributor who used to work with my dad. After the initial small talk, when he realized I work for Resco, he asked: “Anna, could you recommend a software implementation partner or system integrator to us? We really need to upgrade our old Navision and put a CRM in place as well.” Continue reading
What makes a company able to become and stay a leader in its field? For us, it’s the ability to listen to its clients in order to understand and address their needs. We are regularly collecting feedback that helps us shape our products, but last year, we decided to take things a bit further and offer a new communication channel through which partners and customers can voice their opinions and influence the direction of Resco.
You might have heard of resco.next conference we are hosting in Rome in October 2019. If you haven’t, you can find more details here: https://resconext.com. If you have and you are attending, here is an extra activity for you to consider.
Join my colleagues and me on Thursday morning, October 24th for a 5.5km run.