Resco’s business mobility solutions for Salesforce have come a long way. In terms of both = platform & business development. Today, we work with hundreds of Salesforce solution engineers, ISVs, customers and partners. They all have one in common – they want answers to their questions.
More than 40 Q & A, divided into 5 topics are now a part of the Salesforce FAQ section of our website. This is an extended collection of popular questions we often get during calls, webinars and in-person demonstrations. Here is a small sneak peek of them: Continue reading
We wanted you to understand better why thousands of companies love working with mobility and why they chose Resco. So we created a brochure that unveils things you can do with Salesforce on your phone and tablet you didn’t even know of. Continue reading
So, you decided to go mobile with Salesforce for your sales, field service and further teams that work outside the office doors.
Now, you get two options to start off testing business mobility or mobile CRM with: Continue 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.
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
10 best things you can do offline with Salesforce data
Offline matters. Especially nowadays.
Even in Europe, where Internet connectivity is generally perceived as very good, there are areas and countries with poor 3G and 4G support. There are a pocketful of places with poor or no connectivity possible. What about the garages, planes, rural/uninhabited areas, or elevators? Continue reading