What do Resco Mobile CRM and Resco CRM have in common? Well, more than you’d think. In fact, together they mold into a single solution, called Resco Cloud.
Resco Cloud with 700+ features
=> Desktop CRM + Mobile App
The idea behind Resco Cloud is to intensify the consumer experience through sophisticated cloud technology with an emphasis on mobility. Continue reading
As smartphones and tablets continue to embed ever-deeper into our lives, the importance of mobile device security keeps growing even faster. From e-mail communication, through personal banking details, to business data that provides the essential competitive advantage – mobile devices today easily contain volumes of sensitive information comparable to any computer. Continue reading
Is your company utilizing a Salesforce solution? Then you’re on the right track! Salesforce is the world’s #1 cloud-based CRM software.
However, to transfer your business by all means, you must consider integrating enterprise apps into business processes instantly. Having Salesforce data mobile, lets everyone run an entire business from a phone and/or tablet.
Resco Cloud is the perfect fit for sales reps, service technicians, and other workers, who require constant access to their Salesforce data. Continue reading
Here are some ways of connecting with the Microsoft Dynamics CRM server.
These options work for versions 4.0, 2011, 2013 and 2015.
Different ways of connecting to your organization
The minimal requirement for synchronizing the app with the Dynamics CRM server is the Dynamics CRM web services and the authentication services availability.
You can opt for IFD with Claim-Based Authentication or, in case when the Dynamics CRM server and the Active Directory Federation Services cannot be exposed to the Internet, you can use VPN or Direct Access connection. Continue reading
I have described the difference between online and offline mode in Resco Mobile CRM client for Microsoft Dynamics CRM in my previous blog post.
As written in there, online mode resembles the work of a web browser, it’s getting data directly from server. Which makes data operations slow, costly and potentially risky.
Offline mode, on the other side, works with data stored in the local database. Hence the data loading/storing is fast and presents no problem at all.
So far, so good.
Online mode looks like a looser.
So why then do you find primarily online clients in the Dynamics CRM world?
Corporate CRM data about customers, contacts, orders, invoices, etc., is one of the main assets of every company. Abuse of this data can cause a huge damage to the company. That’s why the security plays an important role; especially when employees have the permission to access the corporate CRM from mobile devices. Continue reading