Great autonomous platform, best for experienced pros
Service Professional (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – September 8, 2016
Made a good bit of money one week doing Point of sale installs, but the next after that the market for simple tech stuff went way down. I had to travel an average of 100 miles each way to get to each location. However, if you've got more experience and skill set you could easily find enough work to make it worth it. Great system, but because of its nature it is not very consistent especially if you have under 5 years experience or aren't willing to travel.
Most WO's pay well, entirely autonomous, be your own boss, platform is well made, phone support helpful
Unpredictable changes in market needs, every job varies in structure based on buyer, only phone support if you get into trouble
Computer Technician (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – October 2, 2014
We were the sub contractors that would go out and work on computers and printers for different companies. We never saw our co workers we would get a call or email asking to go on the job and all the information needed then we would go. The best part was making your on hours the worst part was having to driver your own vehicle all over Oklahoma.
Field Technician (Current Employee) – Western PA – September 23, 2014
I provide Software and Hardware support to Retail stores, Businesses and customers in the home. Duties included PC deployments, Hardware upgrades and de-installations of Computer Servers, Network Equipment, Printers and Point-of-Sale Equipment. Some advanced work at onforce included hardware and software work on Servers, Cisco Switches, UPS replacements, VPN set up and various break-fix scenarios within the systems.
Very good pay when work is available. Learned great customer service skills. Very easy to manage your schedule. Great co-workers. Managing your money when work is slow. The smile on peoples face after doing a great job for them.