|1979||InfoTronics established in Southfield, Michigan
as a developer of custom time
and attendance systems.
|1984||First major installation of over 90 systems to Big Boy restaurants, Midwest region.|
|1986||First packaged software developed. InfoTronics
North American Dealer Network
established as distribution channel.
|1987||Focus shifts from custom software projects to product line development.|
|1989||InfoTronics offers Time Management System (TMS)
family of time and
|1992||InfoTronics provides largest line of PC-based
time and attendance systems in
|1994||InfoTronics first major time and attendance
company to introduce complete
MS Windows product – Attendance for Windows.
|1996||InfoTronics introduces industry-leading Attendance Professional.|
|1999||20th anniversary year. InfoTronics introduces
Attendance Plus and Wireless
browser-based Shop Floor Data Collection. 39 dealers throughout US and Canada.
InfoTronics enhances training and certification programs.
|2001||InfoTronics establishes alliance with RSI, developer
of biometric data collection
|2002||InfoTronics introduces Attendance Enterprise, a scalable, Microsoft SQL system featuring browser-based Manager Self Service and Employee Self Service solutions.|
|2004||InfoTronics establishes Alliance Program; introduces
fully integrated Attendance
Enterprise Incidents & Points module for automated employee performance
management. Over 50 dealers, resellers throughout US, Canada and Australia.
|2006||InfoTronics licenses time and attendance tracking technology to Attendance on Demand, Inc. for on-demand system.|
|2007||InfoTronics introduces new low-cost, full-featured IDpunch time clock series.|
|2008||InfoTronics releases Attendance Enterprise, a fully browser-based time and attendance system.|
|2011||InfoTronics releases Attendance Enterprise 2.1, with support for multiple browsers, leave management features, compliance-related functionality|