- May 11, 2014 - LONDON, U.K. --
Just as the Industrial Revolution changed the way products were made, Micro-jobs are changing the way businesses are made. Paying for completed work instead of hourly workers is new innovation poised to transform the way we work and hire; Fourerr is an enterprise-friendly web platform that makes it easy for businesses to pay for work, not hours. The popular web platform has enjoyed rapid growth over the past three years as a leading provider of ‘soft goods’ such as graphic design, writing, virtual assistants and coding.
With an ever-expanding user base, Fourerr’s active community of buyers and sellers needed a fully responsive, state-of-the-
art website that runs like a machine - CEO Thomas De Vos delivered that and more. Today, Fourerr announces the launch of Fourerr 2.0. that has been developed with the seamless user experience in mind. The newly launched platform features key self-service functionalities, streamlined help desk and ticket system, and a simple, intuitive navigation system. Fourerr’s new platform is customer-centric and focuses on producing measurable results within its large community of buyers and sellers.
The e-commerce platform has refined its focus and message to better serve its customers and facilitate the company’s continued growth. Fourerr’s story puts the emphasis on its community of users: Creative and innovative professionals who see the value in results that can be measured. Today, Fourerr defines itself as a platform for accomplishment;
buyers and sellers use Fourerr to turn ideas and tasks into cash and success. The Fourerr community build dreams, and they do it well.
Fourerr believes that drops in the bucket are powerful; the Fourerr slogan reads, ‘Small Jobs. Big Results.’ De Vos is determined to continue bringing a high level of functionality and relevance to the advanced e-commerce platform; going forward, the CEO commented, “As our community grows, so must Fourerr. It is the people we work for that matters most. We must continue to innovate and provide the level of technology and service they need for success.”
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