Biometry is the new standard for time and attendance data collection devices.
The HandPunch terminal captures a three-dimensional image of the hand each time the employee punches. The hand’s size and the shape are used to verify their identity with unparalleled accuracy. No fingerprints or palm prints are utilized. Green and red lights notify the employee of the status of each punch. There’s no question any more; employees have to be there to punch.
If your company’s current workforce management solution allows employees to clock in and out for one another, a Biometric Hand Reader solution can help you recover losses.
Instead of utilizing badges or passwords, which can be lost or forgotten, hand punch terminals verify an employee’s identity based on the unique size and shape of their hand.
This state-of-the-art data collection device involves an investment similar to that required by traditional badge swipe devices. Yet, the length of time required for you to recover your investment is significantly reduced, because biometric devices eliminate buddy-punching.
If you are implementing a workforce management system for the first time, you can maximize your investment and avoid potential pitfalls by starting with this technology.
Hand punch terminals do not store images of your employees’ hands, nor can they use any stored information to create images of employees’ hands. Instead, they use a sophisticated algorithm to generate and store a numerical template.
Each time an employee scans his hand, a new number is generated and compared to the one on file.
The clock in/out transaction will occur in less than a second, but only if the generated number and stored template match closely.
The HandPunch 2000 have two user-definable data management keys that let you collect data as employees punch. Common uses include department transfers, tips collected, job codes, or pay codes. Multi-level data entry sequences may be defined. You can also set the data management keys to allow employees to review their past punches. To reduce keystrokes, the keys can also be set to automatically enter data such as a frequently used department number or in/out status.
The HandPunch 2000 connects quickly to the time and attendance PC via a provided 100-foot RS-232 communications cable. An optional dial-up high speed modem is available for remote sites.
Save time and money with this fast, easy-to-use, secure and versatile solution.