OnForce connects talented professionals directly to the companies that need them. As the leading Freelancer Management System (FMS) for Field Services, OnForce allows companies to search for, negotiate with, and engage directly with non-employee talent. Professionals join the OnForce community, a robust and continuously growing network of talent, to enjoy more autonomy in managing their careers and to work with top companies. OnForce professionals can apply to or directly accept work orders, check in and out of work sites, complete work requirements including signature capture, and secure final payments all from within the app. OnForce professionals report saving an average of 12 minutes of administrative time on every work order using our mobile apps.
Get new work:
- Access new opportunities quickly and hassle-free
- Stay logged in and always be ready for work
- View easy-to-navigate work details
- Use one-click to accept
- Make offers to change price and/or date
- Quickly decline work that doesn’t fit your needs
- Ask clarifying questions and view responses
Manage existing work:
- Toggle between today’s schedule and all accepted work orders
- View all work order details, organized and available when you need them, including when you're offline!
- Get directions to your next work location
- Check in and out from work locations
- Upload photos
- Get customer sign-offs
- Quick-dial contacts from a centralized work order contact list
- View attached documents
- Add and view job notes
- Access buyer custom fields
- Manage appointments
- Request price increases
- Update work order sub-statuses
- U.S. IT Pros can complete for payment or enter closing information
Manage work orders pending payment approval:
- Access work orders pending payment
- Add notes to work orders pending payment
- Attach photos and documents to work orders pending payment
- OnForce Support: email@example.com
- App feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org
Connect with OnForce:
- Twitter: www.twitter.com/onforce
- Blog: www.onforce.com/blog
* Miscellaneous bug fixes.
* Removed GPS dependency
Ratings and Reviews
Waited a year and a half for payments that they still tried cancelling
I was doing extremely well on this platform, till I encountered a corrupt buyer who wouldn’t pay a simple $50 travel fee. Onforce wouldn't force them, and it took 6 months for any correspondence from either the buyer or Onforce. I had enough of the back and forth roller coaster of the buyer calling me a liar and Onforce doing nothing of the seller with a 60% and falling rating from other techs complaining about thousands being stolen and gigs zeroed out. Obviously, harsh words were said out of madness and I was blocked from even calling Onforce, not like they ever picked up anyways. I gave up. A year later (1.5 years at this point) Onforce finally calls me back to close out calls, asking me for the long lost paperwork. The buyers obviously dont want to pay out still, so yeah... you’re hurting.
Good App - Saves time & Money
This app is just that - an app. It is in no way meant to fully replace the We interface as there are some things that can’t be completed VIA the app. With all the OS updated on phones these days I feel OnForce does a great job staying on top of things. App has a feedback option to report bugs and issues.
Love that I can complete all my paperwork and submit for payment right from the parking lot of the site. On to the next gig and no paperwork when I get home. Rare exceptions are when you have to wait for a buyer to approve a SLI.
For the other reviews knocking OF. This is the only platform I use and I have tried others. OF is on the side of the buyer so I just counter everything with the correct verbiage to protect myself in the event of issues. IE flat rate jobs that go over due to required help desk calls that I cannot control timing of.
Bottom line - be smart with your business practices and this app is a valued addition to my tool belt.
Onforce is great and the app is fantastic
Great app and best work platform out there.
Anyone who is claiming they have issues with payment is either a hack tech and lack the skills to do job or perform poorly and subsequently the buyer balks at payment.
Onforce themselves are fantastic a little down tick when workmarket bought them but as long as they stay mostly separate it’ll be ok.
There are a few buyers to be aware of
Essential, pivotal. And a few others they pay slow and lowball everything not to mention the abuse the alert systems and they know it. They update the tickets without making actual changes or update the price by a single dollar just to get the alert to zap out again.
Gets annoying when Essintial puts out 10 work orders and you get 10 alerts then they update each a minute or two later and you get ten more Aleta every time and they do this relentlessly even in middle of the night.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.