Actually, more than it might seem at first sight. Both are products of leading engineering efforts. In both cases, their lightweight appearance is in stark contrast with the goings-on under the hood. And just like a F1 car mobile app needs to be fast, yet reliable, to shine through among the ever-growing competition.
The dissection of the F1 car pictured above took almost two years to complete. Fortunately we don’t need that long to give you a peek under the hood of Resco Mobile Apps. So, what are the key elements you need to take into account when building an app for customers or partners integrated with your Dynamics CRM?
It all starts with the information you want the users to access. You need to know what kind of data your mobile app will need to work with.
Having Dynamics CRM already in place proves to be a significant advantage – you can utilize the structured information without having to create duplicate databases just for the application. Instead you make use of established data infrastructure and Resco’s experience with mobile solutions, which allows you to build your app on the basis of our proven Mobile CRM app.
Simply put, business logic encodes the business rules which determine how data can be created, viewed, stored and modified.
What business rules will your app follow – can the users change their contact information or create a new order? Or just browse through product presentations and general information? Decide what business objects are relevant for your app and set up the relationships between them accordingly.
Using Resco Mobile Apps, the data is transferred between Dynamics CRM and the app via standard web services provided by Microsoft.
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