Daniel Raymond, appointed to the position of ITR's Director of Product Management and Development, is now responsible for the strategic direction of the company’s premier workforce management software, TimeZone™, as well as managing the company’s growing team of developers.
“Daniel was hand-selected to drive the development of the ITR technology road map as only someone with his experience and success in the field could, and he has surpassed the company’s expectations,” said ITR CEO Tracy Parzych. She added, “This is an exciting time for ITR as we expand our offering both in terms of functionality and to an ever-widening audience, under Daniel’s capable technical guidance.”
Daniel echoed this enthusiasm, saying, “ITR’s positioning in the marketplace as a leader in the Canadian software scene poses unique challenges and opportunities, in relation to both long term customers and new ones. We have an obligation to continue to provide leading-edge software that delivers solutions for their business requirements, and I’m confident we’ll live up to those expectations.”
Daniel brings over 30 years of experience in software to his new position, including 12 years of experience specifically in workforce management. Prior to joining ITR in 2007 as Product Manager, Daniel held key software development roles at two preeminent players in the workforce management field, CyberShift, Inc. (formerly ABI-TruTrac, Inc.) and Workbrain, Inc. (since purchased by Infor Inc.)
Daniel graduated from Georgian College with a 4-year Computer Science diploma, majoring in Programming Analysis and Design.
International Time Recorder Company Ltd (itr.ca) was established in 1965 as a manufacturer of employee time-keeping equipment. Today ITR is recognized as the largest privately-owned provider of Workforce Management Systems in Canada. ITR develops, markets and supports solutions that help companies from 5 to 50,000 employees manage all aspects of time and attendance: accruals, staffing, forecast scheduling, time and labour management, and controlled access. ITR’s suite of integrated scalable products ranges from stand-alone to multi-user client server and web applications. The company’s flagship product, TimeZone, is flexible enough to allow clients to integrate technology as needed to and select appropriate modules to suit their requirements. ITR serves more than 20,000 clients throughout North America. ITR is headquartered in Toronto with offices in Montréal, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver.