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BOSTON, July 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- OnForce, a leader in technology-enabled workforce management, today announced that it will exhibit at CompTIA ChannelCon 2014, the premier partnering and training event for information technology vendors, distributors and channel partners, Aug. 4-6 in Phoenix, AZ, at the JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort and Spa. OnForce will be showcasing its solutions at booth #509.
Over the course of the last decade, OnForce has become one of the most widely used platforms for engaging, managing and paying IT field service independent contractors (ICs) in the U.S. and Canada. Since launching one of the first online IT field service marketplaces and management platforms in Spring 2004, more than 6,400 companies ranging from the world's largest enterprises – including Apple, AT&T, Xerox, Comcast and Pitney Bowes – to SMBs have used OnForce's platform. At this year's ChannelCon, the company will exhibit its full set of offerings, including:
- OnForce – OnForce's core marketplace and management platform allows service buyers to connect with thousands of highly skilled IT field service independent contractors to fulfill on-site work throughout the U.S. and Canada. Service buyers can gain extensive geographic coverage, lower service costs, extend skill-sets, and generate new streams of revenue on demand. OnForce supports more than 20 IT and consumer electronics categories, such as computers, printers, networking, VoIP, Point of Sale, and more.
- OnForce Converge – Introduced in March, OnForce Converge is a software platform that can be adopted within any company's contingent workforce program and enable the aggregation and management of its existing and future short-assignment contingent workforce. The platform is designed to work in conjunction with current workforce management solutions, including managed service providers (MSP) and vendor management systems (VMS). Organizations can expand their workforce management capabilities to incorporate independent contractors and freelancers who perform smaller, shorter, specialized projects and tasks.
- Revamped OnForce iOS and Android apps – Released in June, this newly optimized mobile app for iOS and Android is further streamlining communication between the worker and the buyer, allowing IT field service independent contractors to spend less time doing administrative tasks associated with managing freelance projects. The app also helps companies avoid costly work order description misunderstandings and is now customized to work with OnForce Converge.
"I look forward to ChannelCon each year because it allows us to engage with current OnForce members. These conversations help us identify new needs of the independent contractors and service buyers and improve the way we connect our talented OnForce network of ICs with our buyers," reports Don Anderson, OnForce workforce solutions director.
Both Don Anderson and OnForce SVP of Sales George D'Errico will be present at booth #509 to discuss OnForce's workforce technology solutions.
OnForce, a leader in SaaS technology-enabled workforce solutions, empowers companies of all sizes in all industries to gain a competitive edge in how work gets done. Its business model allows customers to rapidly grow their businesses, lower service costs, extend skill-sets, and generate new streams of revenue. For additional information, please visit www.onforce.com.
Davies Murphy Group