Press for OnForce

Work order volume is up and pricing for jobs has stabilized, which is good news for IT solution providers who have been ravaged by more than a year of deep recession. What's left is the promise of recovery, and OnForce CEO Peter Cannone tells Channel Insider that the signs show promise for a recovery.

OnForce, the trusted online services marketplace that empowers businesses to find highly skilled local service technicians, today announced that OnForce received the Channel Insider Bull's Eye Award, recognizing the company as a Champion for Channel Support Service. OnForce pioneered the online services marketplace more than five years ago. In the past year, OnForce achieved a major milestone, completing more than one million work orders in the marketplace, thus proving that service organizations in need of consumer electronics (CE) and IT service work are adopting OnForce's Variable Demand Management model.

OnForce, the trusted online services marketplace that matches solution providers with quality, local service technicians across the U.S. and Canada, today announced that Peter Cannone, Chief Executive Officer, was named one of the 100 Top Most Influential Executives in the Industry by Everything Channel's CRN. Cannone was included on the Most Innovative list for improving the revolutionary online marketplace which allows solution providers to provide superior onsite services for their end users.

OnForce, the trusted online services marketplace that matches solution providers with quality, local service technicians across the U.S. and Canada, today released the OnForce Services Marketplace Index (OSMI) for the third quarter of 2009. Based on tens of thousands of service events this quarter across North America, the OSMI provides a comprehensive analysis of spending trends in information technology (IT) and consumer electronic (CE) services. Key findings show that average work order pricing across the OnForce marketplace remained stable for the second consecutive quarter. Additionally, OnForce saw spending in break-fix work decrease slightly and a small increase in new equipment installations.