Need some IT help, and need it yesterday? This week, IT-radar.com added the San Francisco Bay
Area to its business-to-business e-commerce marketplace exclusively dedicated
to information technology services.
IT-radar brings buyers of IT services together with companies that provide
services in their local market.
The site uses sophisticated filtering and
matching processes and facilitates efficient information exchange well into
the buy/sell process.
The new service is also available in New York, Atlanta,
Denver, Minneapolis, Washington D.C. and Chicago. Markets will be added
nationwide in the coming months.
Over 40 Bay Area/Silicon Valley firms have signed-up with IT-radar in the
first week of the service being available locally, the company said.
“Today, the IT services marketplace is highly fragmented. Finding the right
firm can be a difficult, time consuming process,” said Don Peterson, chief executive officer of
“IT-radar enables the buyer to efficiently ‘shop’ from a large pool
of pre-qualified providers whom they might never have found using a
traditional search process.”
IT-radar is an independent marketplace and is not owned by any IT service
provider. IT-radar is a free service for IT services buyers. Nationwide, more than 400
supplier firms are participating.