- Why should I choose Resco?
- How secure is my Salesforce data in Resco?
- Do I need to be a programmer to start working with Resco for Salesforce?
- What Resco licences are available?
- Why is OFFLINE important in the age of “connectivity everywhere”?
If you are looking for the answers to these questions, you are at the right place. And, there is so much more. Just keep on reading!
Where were you in 1999?
Marc Benioff (*CEO of Salesforce) was in a one-bedroom apartment writing the history of today’s biggest ‘No software’ company in the world. In that same year, same time, three young programmers were starting a small company themselves, called Resco that later became one of the leading pioneers of 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.
You have signed up for a webinar and obviously had some expectations. But then the webinar is over and you end up disappointed, because you did not find the answers you were looking for. Instead, the presenter kept explaining the basics that you already knew.
So, how can we not only meet, but perhaps exceed your expectations for a webinar?
What’s the best away to get what you’ve truly signed up for? Continue reading
Surely, you are familiar with Salesforce. Who isn’t! But, have you ever come across Force.com with all that’s in it for you?
Salesforce.com vs Force.com
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
This year’s exhilarating ride of Salesforce gatherings is far from being over. In fact, all the fun is just getting started! As for today though, we can cross out 6 out of 10 Salesforce “shows” we plan to attend in 2017 from our list. Continue reading