Resco in 2017: Recap and future plans

2017_recap

Yet another year went by and the time for our quick annual recap has arrived once again. Let’s dive right in. Continue reading

10 reasons to attend resco.next for the first time

If you are reading this blog, you may have heard of Resco Mobile CRM. In fact, you might be Resco’s long-time trusted partner and a professional user. But, have you heard of resco.next – the one-of-a-kind event for mobile CRM leaders, users, and enthusiasts? Continue reading

Resco’s roadmap: Offline for all

Offline

In May we announced the Resco Mobile CRM Roadmap for 2016. It contains a list of great improvements and new features that are useful for field sales and service users, admins of CRM systems and partners that want to do serious business with enterprise mobility. Continue reading

Resco’s perspective on ‘Microsoft to Acquire FieldOne‘

MOBILE CUSTOMER SERVICE IS ONE OF THE KEY AREAS THAT WILL DRIVE THE GROWTH OF DYNAMICS CRM

The news about the FieldOne acquisition that resonated in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM industry popped up on the radar of many of you—our customers and partners.

Let me first congratulate FieldOne and Microsoft on behalf of the entire Resco team.

As many of you know, the mobile solution within the FieldOne Sky product is based on Resco Mobile CRM: the bulletproof offline capabilities, maps, GPS navigation, calendar/scheduling or multiplatform configuration tool to tweak the app to name just a few perks of Resco. No wonder the mobile customer service technology is mentioned as one of the top reasons behind the Microsoft – FieldOne deal, as reported by GeekWire, Fortune, InformationWeek and many others. Continue reading

Take a look into the future: What’s Resco Mobile CRM long-term vision?

Take a look into the future: What’s Resco Mobile CRM long-term vision?

Resco Mobile CRM has been on the market for almost 6 years now.

In the world of mobile, this is a really significant amount of time. To put it into perspective: Resco Mobile CRM is almost the same age as the first iPhone or Android phones. And it’s older than iPad and other tablets! Continue reading