Clocking Systems And Biometrics Are Made For Each Other – This Technology Is Tailor Made For The Monitoring Of Employee Attendance At Work
Employee time theft is a problem that can go unseen. Everyone knows it goes on, but how to stop it. Well one Company is aiming to bring a solution to the table. One that will benefit the employee as well as the employer, clocking systems may never be the same.
Amherst, New York (PRWEB) May 07, 2013
ENTERTECH SYSTEMS (http://www.entertechsystems.com ) is exhibiting the next generation of time and attendance biometric clocking systems and modules with Suprema (http://www.supremainc.com) at the 31st Annual APA Congress today, from May 7 to 11 at the Gaylord Texan Hotel and Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas in booth #516. The company will be showcasing “one touch” time and attendance systems that stop buddy punching and employee time theft – demonstrating to businesses at the show how they can protect their bottom line throughout their organization and across their multiple locations.
Time theft could also be committed, intentionally or unintentionally, through employee late arrivals or through lax tracking of sick and vacation days.
Traditional punch card clocking systems and even attendance sheets rely on the honor system of each and every employee adhering to the rules set out by management. With a biometric clocking system, only verified time that is tied to the true identity of the employee is recorded for administration and integrated for payroll processing.
“Biometric fingerprint and face recognition are at the cutting edge of the most accurate ways to collect employee time and attendance information as they are uniquely linked to each employee and cannot be shared, lost or stolen,” said Rob Douglas, CEO of ENTERTECH SYSTEMS. “With ENTERTECH SYSTEMS, businesses can now easily track employees’ time and attendance with just the touch of a finger through the number one algorithm in the market.”
Watch the following video to learn more about how businesses can benefit from biometric based time and attendance.
Originally from: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/5/prweb10706912.htm
I’m really excited about this new offering from Entertech Systems, the rate at which clocking systems and biometrics have merged and complimented each other in the past few years has recharged the time and attendance systems industry, and put it back on the menu as a reliable option to ensure employees are paid fairly for their time.