Attendance on Demand, Inc. to Exhibit at American Healthcare Association Convention in Chicago; Oct 4 - 7, 2009

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Attendance on Demand, Inc. online employee time and attendance system is exhibiting at the American Healthcare Association's 60th Annual Convention & Expo "Quality Care Plus", October 4-7, 2009 held at Chicago's McCormick Place, Booth 568. Attendees see how Attendance on Demand employee time tracking and scheduling helps long-term healthcare facilities lower cost, streamline nurse scheduling

Attendance on Demand, Inc. online employee time and attendance system is exhibiting at the American Healthcare Association's 60th Annual Convention & Expo "Quality Care Plus", October 4-7, 2009 held at Chicago's McCormick Place, Booth 568.

The event convenes long term care professionals dedicated to caring for more than 1.5 million frail, elderly, and disabled individuals in the United States in long term care facilities.

Attendees will see first-hand how Attendance on Demand time and attendance system lets healthcare providers meet staffing mandates, streamline coverage budget requirements, and improve scheduling. The Software as a Service helps long-term healthcare providers control cost of labor, the most significant expense faced by the long-term health care industry.

About Attendance on Demand, Inc. Software as a Service (SaaS) Attendance on Demand leverages over three decades of expertise in providing cost-effective, easily deployed time and attendance solutions. The service's advanced features for managing labor data -- calculating pay rules, scheduling employees, budgeting labor, automating benefit accrual, tracking attendance-based merit points -- meet the scalability, reliability and security requirements of today's organizations. Attendance on Demand tracks time and wage data for over 125,000 employees, and is available through an extensive network of human capital management experts across North America. http://www.attendanceondemand.com 1-800-465-9980

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