ZenPayroll announced the expansion of its online payroll software service and customer base and the hiring of a new chief marketing officer to continue this recent growth.

The company is now serving more than 10,000 small businesses across the country, processing billions of dollars in annual payroll in more than 38 states, representing more than 95 percent of the U.S. population.

Launched in December 2012 for businesses in California, ZenPayroll will soon support businesses nationwide in the coming few months.

“Small businesses have been ignored and considered an inaccessible market for decades,” stated ZenPayroll  CEO and cofounder Joshua Reeves. “Today we are proud to be helping 10,000 small businesses in every industry, in nearly every state. We still have a lot of work to do, and we look forward to bringing delightful, modern payroll to millions of businesses across the country.”

ZenPayroll hired Brett Willms, who previously led Google’s small business marketing efforts for the Americas, as CMO.

“The way small businesses are run is undergoing a massive transformation, and it’s allowing employers and employees to connect on a more meaningful level,” stated Willms. “I’m thrilled to be joining a company that’s not only taking off right now, but embarking on a long-term mission to make compensation a human connection, rather than just a transaction.”

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