Imagine a police officer cross-checking parked vehicles with a database of stolen cars as he walks down the street.
Boston, Massachusetts (PRWEB) September 03, 2014
Resco – a company that specializes in mobile technologies – examined and experimented with Google Glass for some time now and has results that show. Today it announced the launch of its new product CRMGlass: a CRM solution that runs on Google Glass devices.
The solution aims to provide corporations and government institutions with a simple-to-use software for their staff out in the field. The main idea of CRMGlass is for people to have both hands ready for performing a task, while having crucial information from the CRM system in front of their eyes.
This might sound like a sci-fi now, but it might soon become a reality thanks to wearable technology and the possibilities it offers.
The newly developed UI supports a new way of app navigation – via the Glass frame and voice commands – and is fully optimized for the use on a small screen the Glass offers.
“Imagine a police officer cross-checking parked vehicles with a database of stolen cars as he walks down the street. Or an electrician, who has all the documentation and photos of the existing electrical work at your house already at hand before you open the door.” Radomir Vozar, CEO at Resco lists few practical uses of CRMGlass.
If it were up to Resco, the app could be ready for testing and use in a matter of days. Those who recognize the business potential of wearable tech, can already put the technology to the test.
Resco is ready to start working on pilot projects with corporations keen on utilizing wearable technology for their service tasks. Those interested in developing a pilot with CRMGlass, can contact Resco via http://crmglass.com/
Resco, founded in 1999, is one of the global leaders in developing cross-platform mobile software solutions. The team of Resco professionals embodies its knowledge of mobile device technology by designing products for corporate customers, developers, integrators and end users. The purpose? Optimizing work and improving productivity.
For more information visit: http://www.resco.net