Much of the growth was driven by demand for its facial recognition and mobile technologies.
Carval Computing has reported a 45% rise in staff time management systems (T&A) as an increasing number of businesses monitor remote workers.
The software provider, which provides human resource management and payroll software, said orders for T&A software had risen by 45% in the past three years.
Carval Computing said much of the growth has been driven by demand for its latest facial recognition and mobile technologies.
John Ovington, sales and support director at Carval Computing, said: "Add to this the realities of business during a recession with organisations needing to ensure that they are using their workforce as efficiently as possible to meet business demands and you get a highly complex challenge.
"We have also been asked for facial recognition technology for field based workers, homeworkers and those working in challenging and/or high security environments so that organisations can monitor remote workers in the same way that they would on-site workers."
T&A ensures that the company monitors workers and highlights any absence, including late arrivals and early leavers.