iEmployee Expands Customer Base and Increases Market Penetration with Time and Attendance Solution

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Automated Payroll Processing Solution Delivers Reliability, Performance and Ease-of-Use

"Since implementing the solution from iEmployee, our employees have greater access to their time off information which has taken a burden off our HR staff and resulted in higher employee satisfaction." Patrick Irving, Managing Director at Covala Group

iEmployee, a leading provider of easy-to-use, web-based, self-service, human resource management software, today announced continued company growth with the addition of new customers across all market segments including Covala Group, Focus of Georgia Inc, Grand Circle, Rosenberg & Associates, Weill Cornell Neurological, Weill Cornell Ophthalmology, and University Physician. iEmployee now boasts more than 1100 customers with 400,000 active users worldwide.

“Today’s announcement demonstrates iEmployee’s ability to continually deliver regardless of economic or market conditions,” said Pat Goepel, Chief Executive Officer of iEmployee. “The iEmployee team is dedicated to delivering the highest level of customer service, support and technology. This combination not only allows iEmployee to meet its goals but also provides our customers with the tools to increase productivity and better manage their business.”

iEmployee’s Time and Attendance solution is helping organizations across a variety of industries improve productivity and performance. By automating the manual tasks associated with payroll processing such as data collection, calculation, auditing and reporting, iEmployee Time and Attendance eliminates printing, distribution and reprinting costs while allowing businesses to reclaim valuable time through employee self service.

A leading enroller and administrator of supplemental individual disability benefits for large and medium-size employers, Covala Group recently chose iEmployee to upgrade their Time and Attendance solution from a manual process to a more automated system. According to Patrick Irving, Managing Director at Covala Group, “Our process for capturing employee time and attendance information was manual and inefficient. We chose iEmployee because it had a very user-friendly set up and was easy to use. Since implementing the solution from iEmployee, our employees have greater access to their time off information which has taken a burden off our HR staff and resulted in higher employee satisfaction. We couldn’t be more pleased.”

Companies of all sizes rely on iEmployee’s Time and Attendance solution to manage hourly and project time tracking, eliminate the hassles of paper timekeeping, and transition to "punch to paycheck”. Offered as a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform, iEmployee’s Time and Attendance solution provides a cost-saving alternative to today’s manual payroll process.

To learn more about iEmployee and the company’s Time and Attendance solution please visit You can also connect with iEmployee through the company blog, LinkedIn or Twitter.

About iEmployee
iEmployee delivers on-demand, web-based human resource management solutions to over 400,000 active users, enabling small to medium-sized businesses to easily and affordably manage employee labor data online and automate routine administrative tasks. iEmployee’s software-as-a-service products streamline time and attendance tracking, timesheets, paystubs, W2s, and self-service benefit enrollment/management. All solutions are fully hosted by iEmployee - there is no software to install or maintain. iEmployee offers accurate biometric punch data collection devices and easily integrates with existing major payroll systems, thus providing a quick and painless way for businesses to take their first step into a fully-automated HRIS solution and transition to “punch to paycheck” for a seamless, efficient organization. For more information, visit

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