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    • Elance.com Elance.com website flow8/24/2012 Copyrights ©2009. Tech Modi. All Rights Reserved 1
    • Elance.comWebsite Concept1. Elance is one of a reverse auction website where Service Providers and project owners(clients) meet to get the job done. Structural Flow Elance Client Service Provider Project/Job8/24/2012 Copyrights ©2009. Tech Modi. All Rights Reserved 2
    • Elance.com How It Works• Service Providers • Clients Search Projects on the website Post your project for free Bid on projects Compare bids received Get paid for projects done Choose best bid/provider Copyrights ©2009. Tech Modi. All Rights8/24/2012 3 Reserved
    • Elance.comWebsite Users1. Client :- Who are looking for a service provider • Post project requirements on the website for free along with your budget and time frame • Receive various bids from different service providers/bidders Or Search Service providers and invite them to bid on your project • Award your project to the best service providers • Set/accept/modify terms and conditions • Deposit funds in escrow • View daily updates in the PMB • Release funds when project /milestone is completed • If not satisfied with the work done, raise a dispute and get all your money back • Give rating/feedback to the service providers after the job is done Copyrights ©2009. Tech Modi. All Rights8/24/2012 4 Reserved
    • Elance.comWebsite Users 2. Service Provider :- Who are searching for a job • Register on the website • Choose membership plans and make payment • Search Jobs on the website as per your skill set • Place your bid on the project/job • Get the job if your bid matches with the client’s exact requirements • Set /accept/modify terms and conditions if job is awarded to you • Send work updates as per the agreed milestones through PMB • Get paid for the work done • Give rating/feedback to the client after the job is done Copyrights ©2009. Tech Modi. All Rights8/24/2012 5 Reserved
    • Elance.comWebsite Users3. Admin :- Who will manage the entire website • Manage Admin Users • Manage Service providers • Manage clients • Manage Membership plans • Manage Payments • Manage Projects/jobs • Manage Ratings/Feedback • Manage Dispute • Manage CMS pages • Manage Reports 8/24/2012 Copyrights ©2009. Tech Modi. All Rights Reserved 6
    • Elance.comHow Does Elance Escrow work:-Elance Escrow is a third party system who works for both client as wellas service provider. The role of escrow is to carry out the instructionsagreed upon by both parties to ensure that no one is cheated. Once ajob is awarded, the client and contractor define and agree uponmilestones, and funds are then placed into Escrow and released onlyafter the work is delivered and accepted by the client. Copyrights ©2009. Tech Modi. All Rights8/24/2012 7 Reserved
    • Elance.com Elance Dispute Resolution Process:- Either party can file a Dispute within this timeframe. Elance Dispute Assistance is a three step process:- • Member Resolution - both parties attempt to find a resolution independently by documenting the disagreement and the expected outcome in the Dispute Notice form • Dispute Call – if a mutual agreement is not reached during the Member Resolution stage, Elance will attempt to schedule a dispute call with an Elance facilitator and both parties to discuss a mutual resolution • Arbitration – If a mutual agreement is not reached on the call, one or both parties do not attend a scheduled call, or a call cannot be scheduled based off of availability from both parties, either party has the right to move to the final step of the process, which is Arbitration. Copyrights ©2009. Tech Modi. All Rights8/24/2012 8 Reserved
    • Elance.comOur Work Samples:-Live Sites1. http://www.bidforcarinsurance.co.uk/index.php2. http://www.sloganwar.com3. http://www.billingrate.net/ ------ Similar to Elance for Lawyer4. http://bidaproject.com/default.aspx ----- Specific to contractor5. http://www.servicelist.com.au ---Similar to elance but for gardening kind of work.6. http://www.ediblezest.com/ ----- Similar to elance but for food industry Copyrights ©2009. Tech Modi. All Rights 8/24/2012 Copyrights ©2009. Tech Modi. All Rights Reserved 9 Reserved
    • Contact Us for :- Sales, Queries or Free QuoteArchana DodeBusiness Development Executive Thank You Email: archanad@techmodi.com Skype- archana.techmodi Website: - www.techmodi.com Copyrights ©2009. Tech Modi. All Rights Reserved.