WorkForce Software is based in Livonia, but the software firm is opening an office in downtown Ann Arbor for one primary reason: talent.
"We wanted to tap into the talent pool in Ann Arbor," says Kevin Choksi, CEO & co-founder of WorkForce Software
. "There are a lot of great students, engineers and technical resources there."
Workforce Software specializes in management software for large employers. The 13-year-old firm has grown in each of its years, allowing it to expand to 250 employees and seven interns. It opened an office in downtown Ann Arbor a few weeks ago, expanding it to a dozen people. It currently has 10 job openings for software developers, interface designers, and technical support.
The new Ann Arbor office is focusing on software development. That software provides workforce management solutions for companies with complex labor policies and compliance demands. Its EmpCenter suite enables organizations to fully automate time and attendance processes, manage employee absence and leave, optimize staff scheduling, gain real-time visibility into labor costs and activities through robust analytic and reporting tools, and mitigate the risks associated with employee fatigue across the enterprise.
Source: Kevin Choksi, CEO & co-founder of WorkForce Software
Writer: Jon Zemke