OnForce’s site revisions, unveiled Aug. 8, allowing IT service buyers a quicker, deeper view of services and running rates available in their area, all retrievable by keyword and location search.
2OnForce – Home Page Module
The experience begins at the OnForce home page, where a module uses Web 2.0 to quickly display the number of providers, median time to acceptance and average service price for 12 different service categories in any zip code.
3OnForce – Search Modules
Digging deeper, buyers can search for completed work orders or providers in those zip codes. Keyword searches allow users to narrow results further.
4OnForce – Available in your area
A quick show of completed work orders for similar services in your area gives user visibility into what is available.
5OnForce – Work orders
A more complete list of completed work orders.
6OnForce – A work Order detailed
‘By providing more than just a trend line analysis, you provide visibility into what people are paying and why,’ said OnForce’s Paul Nadjarian, OnForce’s Senior Vice President of Marketing. ‘It’s one thing to see networking installation costs $80 an hour
7OnForce – Buyer Case Study
Case Studies allow user to compare their situation to other users.
8OnForce – Provider profile
Profiles act as a real time resume, with a providers certifications, competencies and ratings from other users. Service buyer profiles will soon be available give provider the same visibility on the other end of the relationship.
9OnForce – Provider Feedback
Lets users see what other users are saying. A deeper view than the one to six star ratings OnForce uses.