Just like in 2015 and 2016, we are very happy to announce that for resco.next 2017 our customers and partners once again agreed to talk about their experience when working with Resco.
So who can you look forward to during panel discussions and sessions in Amsterdam? Continue reading
Last week our team went on a Hannover adventure, sponsoring CeBIT 2017 and Salesforce World Tour @ CeBIT 2017. It was a thrill to run into many good-old valued Resco partners. We had a chance to meet loads of established members of the Salesforce community, many of whom were interested in offline mobility that Resco Mobile CRM embodies. Continue reading
Partners – the essential people that help deliver Resco’s technology all around the globe. But what initial value do they receive when teaming up with Resco? What makes 500+ software integrators choose our solutions for projects of all shapes and sizes? Continue reading
Blog posts, support guides, user manuals, demo videos, webinars, phone calls, live demos at conferences…
Just a brief illustration of the almighty communication channels we use to get in touch with you — our customers and partners. Continue reading
Resco Mobile CRM has reached an important milestone – the 1000th corporate customer. So it’s time for a brief summary about who our customers are, what mobile users they typically have and why they chose Resco Mobile CRM instead of other options. Continue reading
Partners (CRM integrators) are important part or our ecosystem. They provide the Mobile CRM technology to end customers together with their services. And they implement the solutions and adjust them based on customers’ needs. Continue reading
Suppliers, contractors, vendors, partners – allies that help to advance your business
During the Middle Age you could send a messenger or a carrier pigeon to stay in touch with them.
In the 17th century postal services emerged as we know them today.
In 1876 telephone facilitated communication and collaboration went even further.
And at the twilight of the 20th century the Internet took it to an entirely new, instantaneous level.
Fast forward to 2015 and… “there’s an app for that.”