Attendance on Demand grabs bigger space, hires 12

Attendance on Demand is going through quite a growth spurt and now it has an office big enough to facilitate it.

The
Farmington Hills-based firm is moving into new offices in Livonia. The
40,000-square-foot space is expected to house 45 of the start-up’s 50
employees. The company expects to employ up to 100 by 2010 to meet its
demand.

“We’ve had a lot of growth in the last year and a half,” says Jennifer Simich, vice president of corporate communications for Attendance on Demand.

The
3-year-old firm provides employee time tracking software throughout
North America. Its new home is double the size of its old Farmington
Hills facility, and will house its engineering, development, and
administrative departments.

Making this growth possible is the
company’s expansion of the new subscription-based model of its
software. That has proven quite popular with its customers, prompting
Attendance on Demand to go on a hiring spree to meet the new demand.

Source: Jennifer Simich, vice president of corporate communications for Attendance on Demand
Writer: Jon Zemke