Tech company TSheets has almost doubled in size since its acquisition by QuickBooks and TurboTax parent-company Intuit Inc in January 2018. The Eagle-based company, founded in the city in 2006, is shedding its name to become Intuit’s Boise site. The company’s time tracking software will continue to be called TSheets by Quickbooks.
Staff announced the change on Wednesday, unveiling a new Intuit sign on its Eagle building. With its new name, the Intuit branch also announced J.D. Mullin would take over as site leader for the Boise site, located in Eagle, as co-founder of TSheets Matt Rissell transition out of his position — fully resigning at the end of the year. Mullin, former director of product development, was hired by TSheets almost six years ago.
Along with its new leader, Intuit Boise site staff also announced plans for an additional facility and continued growth over the coming year. Mullin was not willing to disclose details of the new site or future staff growth.
Since its acquisition by Intuit for $340 million, Intuit’s Boise site has grown by 160 employees to 400, the majority of whom work in the company’s Eagle office. The Boise site’s customer base has also more than doubled from 36,000 to 82,000 customers, said Mullin. The company is considered to be Eagle’s largest employer, Mullin said.
The Boise site focuses on employee time tracking, as well as scheduling and job costing. As Mullin takes over, he said “nothing is massively changing.” Mullin would like to focus on continuing to grow and developing staff, and the community.
As the Boise site grows, Mullin — who volunteered for the Idaho Technology Council in 2009 and 2010 — plans to continue hiring locally and developing relationships with Treasure Valley colleges.
TSheets’ acquisition changed the company’s ability to “give back to the community,” Mullin said. Intuit matches $5,000 worth of donations per employee per year. Employees also get a week of paid vacation to volunteer at a nonprofit of their choice.
After finishing out the year, Rissell, the company’s co-founder, plans to take some time to decompress and be with his family, said Kelsie Gwin, Intuit Boise site spokeswoman.