Enables freelancers to find gigs while providing innovative outsourcing options suitable for the COVID economy
NEW YORK—October 1, 2020—Accepoint.com has launched a new freelance platform that enables freelancers to find gigs while offering businesses an innovative outsourcing solution. As the COVID economy keeps people at home, outsourcing of work to freelancers has increased. Fewer people have regular jobs, so more individuals are building businesses for themselves as freelancers online. Accepoint.com facilitates the outsourcing and gig seeking processes.
“Our mission is to build and support people who want to achieve their ‘dream jobs,’” said a spokesperson for the company. “We enable freelancers to build businesses from scratch, to the point of where they can stand firmly.”
The site functions as a marketplace for freelancing, with freelance gigs available in such categories as Design & Creative, Gaming, Marketing and more. Customers can search by gig category and see relevant freelancer profiles before choosing whom they want to fulfill their outsource work needs. Additional categories include Business, Engineering & Architecture, IT Networking & Data Science, Mobile Development, Video & Audio, Web Development and Writing & Translation.
Within each category are sub-categories and gig listings. In Web Development, for example, buyers can find gigs advertising “Rank Your Website by Magical SEO Package” or “I will develop the perfect website for you.” Freelancers can price their gigs as they wish, though buyers can of course select by price—so the platform results in a balance between supply and demand. Sub-categories for Web Development include Back-end Development, Bootstrap, C#, Ecommerce Development, Front-end Development and more. freelance software developer for hire
The company operates as a global marketplace that connect buyers to highly professional and dependable freelancers. “Our freelancers can handle virtually any kind of project/job and get it done to the client’s satisfaction.” The site enables buyers and sellers to rate one another. Accepoint.com was founded on the notion of flexibility. “We want you to be in control,” the spokesperson added. “With Accepoint.com, you can choose how, where and when you work.” The site provides integration with common payment processors like PayPal that handle the financial transactions the buyers and sellers conduct.
The timing of the Accepoint.com launch is fortuitous. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the businesses operate worldwide. Fewer people are working from offices. As so many people are working from home, the concept of home-based freelancers is growing in acceptability. Large companies as well as entrepreneurs and small businesses are increasingly seeking freelancers for their outsourced projects.
“Working with a freelancer is a great way to handle the new pressures of the pandemic,” the spokesperson noted. “It’s not as burdensome as hiring a creative agency or engaging with a staffing company. You get a lot of flexibility and choice, as well as economy. What people need, however, is a functioning marketplace. That’s what we do. Without a marketplace, it can be a hassle to find freelancers and trust that you’ll get what you need from them on time.”
For more information, visit www.accepoint.com