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Resco MobileCRM Studio Released



Resco, a supplier of developer tools for mobile devices, has released Resco MobileCRM Studio which is optimized for Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 and the Microsoft .NET Compact Framework 3.5.

Resco MobileCRM Studio is a developer platform that assists in the development of mobile applications that are used as extensions to Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Resco MobileCRM Studio is fully integrated in the Visual Studio environment and aids in mobile development for Windows Mobile devices that work in the disconnected mode and are capable of synchronizing local data with Microsoft Dynamics CRM on-demand.

"When researching the market, we have found several mobile solutions for Microsoft Dynamics CRM but none of those solutions serve as a developer platform," said Resco's Radomir Vozar. "By capitalizing on our experience in mobile technology as well as developer tools, we present a robust developer platform which allows developers to build their own mobile applications for Microsoft Dynamics CRM."

The Resco MobileCRM Studio provides key Microsoft Dynamics CRM modules in three layers -- Data Layer, Synchronization Layer, and Data Presentation Layer. Each layer comes with C# source code that allows customization opportunities. Particularly, Resco MobileForms Toolkit offers complete UI customization options to the Data Presentation Layer.

Additionally, the Resco MobileCRM Studio is fully integrated with Visual Studio. Specifically, it is optimized for Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Compact Framework. Added integration with Microsoft Dynamics CRM is implemented by Microsoft Dynamics CRM Web Services.

Resco MobileCRM Studio is a developer platform for development of mobile applications used as extensions to Microsoft Dynamics CRM. It is fully integrated in the Microsoft Visual Studio environment and allows development of mobile applications for Windows Mobile devices working in the disconnected mode and capable of synchronizing local data with Microsoft Dynamics CRM on-demand.


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