Fixing A Blunder
As the government attempts to figure out the problems with the Obamacare flagship site and the backend databases, solution providers said that there are options for a few so-called "quick wins" to help the site get up and rolling. The 20 million hits on the website show that people are "voting with their mouse clicks," said David Lloyd, CEO of IntelliResponse, and that many people want to use the site to sign up rather than phone calls or paperwork.
In light of all the technical problems, CRN asked solution providers what they would have done if put in charge of the site and what they think the best course is going forward. Here's a look at the first 10 first steps solution providers say they would take to get the site working again.