OnForce, is a Freelancer Management System (FMS) for Field Services that enables companies to search for, engage with, manage, and pay non-employee professionals. Based out of Lexington, Massachusetts, it is a division of Beeline, a business unit of Adecco Group. An online tech directory named ComputerRepair was introduced in February 2003, which evolved to transacting service events by 2004. In December 2005 the directory was renamed to OnForce. Around 2007 OnForce introduced PowerMatch, a bi-directional matching algorithm to find field service technicians. In May 2008 the company expanded to consumer electronics and introduced general contractor model in 2010. In May 2014, it released an industry-agnostic network for enterprises to engage, manage and pay independent professionals online. In August 2014, Adecco Group, a Swiss multinational human resource consulting company acquired OnForce FMS and merged with its VMS company. In the agreement, Beeline agreed to partner with OnForces freelance management system to give clients and partners access to the supply chain of the workforce.