In 2015, we wrote a blog post about the future of CRM, with some predictions for the next five years. We thought it would be fun to look back at those predictions and see what became a reality and what remained just a fantasy.
The digital world is right in front of your eyes – literally
“Contact lenses with a built-in camera? That challenge has been already taken on in 2015. Can you begin to picture what could augmented reality bring on by 2020? CRM enthusiasts could benefit from using data live-streamed to their phones, for instance.”
Over the past few years, we have attended dozens of conferences and exhibitions, talked to countless prospects about their requirements, discussed the industry needs with our partners, did a lot of research, and made hundreds of calls. We did – and keep on doing – all this to get a deeper understanding of our customers’ pain-points, whether they areworking in the field or in the back office.
Throughout the month of May, we are going to deliver threefreeonline trainings in the form ofwebinars and online courses.You can get expert tips, practice with hands-on exercises, and see complex demonstrations of enterprise mobility at no cost.
The first prototype of Resco Smart Glasses has been here for quite a time now. A few of you might own them without knowing their true potential. This prototype offers unique protection against the big enemy of clear vision – the sun. Not to fotrget a threat of interior lights such as lamps and candles.
In the last few months, we have attended several manufacturing-focused events, from which we returned with numerous insights and lessons about the industry. In this blog post, we would like to discuss some of the biggest challenges that came up repeatedly across countless conversations.
So what does the future of manufacturing look like? How augmented reality can help to take the industry to the next level? And why going completely digital is the way forward? Continue reading →
Smartwatches have made their mark on the consumer electronics market, but didn’t fully land in business use cases so far. Yet, the latest trends are indicating that the time for higher volume business utilization of enterprise smartwatches is just around the corner.
Over the last 12 months we’ve expanded our product portfolio with Resco Inspections, followed by Resco Routes. The Autumn Update 2019 also brought a major collection of features that extend Resco’s technology to wearables.
To provide an interactive way to explore what’s new, we decided to launch weekly webinars that will showcase the capabilities of Resco solutions – from basics to advanced features & customizations – and discuss the hottest topics in business mobility. These webinars are also a great opportunity to get your questions answered, as each will feature an open audience Q&A. Continue reading →
At resco.next, we’ve talked a lot about innovation and wearables for business. And as we introduced our Industry Watch initiative, we wanted to give every attendee the opportunity to experience it hands-on.
That’s why, right after the Keynote, every resco.next attendee received their own smartwatch with a pre-installed resco.next 2019 watch application. Continue reading →
At Resco, we see smartwatches as the next big thing for business. With various features and sensors, companies using wearables can gather valuable data from employees and their work environment. Optimized manufacturing processes, better activity management, or real-time health tracking are just some advantages you can achieve with smartwatches. Continue reading →
Smartwatches have been part of our lives for several years now. Yet, they are still mostly used during leisure activities – doing your favorite sport, exercising, running, hiking, and other movement-related hobbies.
However, today’s smartwatches are more than suitable for countless business use cases as well. And they’ve developed far beyond a mere extension of your smartphone. Continue reading →