Indoor mobility: New insights about industry workers

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Tracking employee activity can help businesses with process optimization, work efficiency and even compliance. Office workers are usually monitored using attendance systems, freelancers and remote employees utilize time-tracking apps, and mobile staff in the field can be tracked using GPS. But what about employees who work indoors, but not in an office, such as production line workers, warehouse workers or nurses? How can businesses track such employees and what can they achieve by doing so? Continue reading

Resco Routes: How to start your free trial

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Sales and service professionals can spend significant portion of their time outside of the office. This part of the job may be kind of a black box for the management – the employee left, the employee came back, but what exactly happened in between? Has the work been done effectively? Are the tasks planned properly?

If you want more insight into your team’s progress in the field, you may benefit from using Resco Routes.

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5 common myths about location tracking

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Ever heard any of these?

Here are some of the most-used myths you might come across when talking about location tracking software. Let’s now take a closer look and clear the air once and for all: Continue reading

See how your business moves: Mobile Audit Analytics arrive in Summer Release of Mobile CRM

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If you trust your employees you shouldn’t be tracking their activities – that’s a common argument coming up in many meeting rooms when words like “audit” or “analytics” start to get thrown around too often.

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Next generation of Mobile CRM: Let there be Email

To design a good Mobile CRM app, we need to first understand a typical day of a salesman. What his main tasks and activities throughout the day are.

We have talked to several sales people from various industries. And we talked to our internal sales reps as well. Our findings show what the most common answer amongst sales reps is: Continue reading