Know with certainty which employee is present and have a concrete audit trail of employee time and attendance.



Employees are authenticated in less than few seconds with fingerprint authentication.



Fingerprints are much harder to forge or steal than access cards and passwords.

Increase employee productivity and accountability with biometric workforce management systems.

Improve accountability

A concrete audit trail of POS transactions can be established with fingerprint technology. Employers can accurately track when and where their employees are working thus making the staff accountable for their time as well as their output.

Prevent time theft

Buddy punching and time theft cost businesses a lot of money. Fingerprint-based workforce management systems make it highly impossible for employees to reverse-engineer or falsify their attendance records.

Increase productivity

The automation and digitization of time keeping with fingerprint system eliminates the manual reconciliation of attendance data which effectively means personnel can be cut down or relocated elsewhere for better productivity.

Increase efficiency

With fingerprint authentication, payroll staff is not required to manually input employee attendance data and security staff spend less time resetting lost passwords or replacing lost cards.

Biometrics Is The Future – Punch Cards Are Not.


With no access cards to carry and no passwords to remember, users now conveniently authenticate themselves with their fingerprints.


A wide variety of direct and indirect time and operational cost benefits are achieved with a biometric workforce management system.

State of the art

PINs, passwords and ID cards traditionally used to clock-in and clock-out do not ensure effective monitoring of employee time and attendance.

More organizations adopting biometric workforce management

Organizations can experience increased accountability and productivity in workforce of all shapes and sizes by implementing a workforce time and attendance management system. Fingerprint technology can be seamlessly and rapidly integrated into existing workforce management systems with read-to-use biometric solution Touch N Go.

Biometric workforce management systems enable organizations to achieve accurate employee identification, access control and monitoring of employee attendance. Return on investment is accelerated by eliminating the costs associated with buddy punching and employee time theft. Using fingerprints to capture employee time and attendance creates a concrete audit trail that enhances employee accountability.

Administrative and other costs related to maintenance of passwords or cards and collating of attendance data is eliminated. A biometric workforce management system helps organizations to improve the productivity and efficiency of their work staff which allows them to achieve higher returns on their investment. Fingerprint technology is the oldest biometric method of identification. Organizations worldwide use fingerprint biometrics in their workforce management systems for its relatively higher accuracy rate and easy integration methodology.

Privacy concerns surrounding fingerprint workforce management systems

Biometric systems authenticate individuals based on their unique physical body trait such as fingerprint. It is an effortless way to verify that the employee is indeed who they claim to be as fingerprints are an intrinsic part of the individual. Fingerprint authentication is more accurate and reliable than other traditional identification mechanisms such as passwords or access cards.

The employee must be physically present to authenticate using his or her fingerprint which makes it a highly reliable method of workforce management. Fingerprint workforce management systems are thus capable of capturing real-time and auditable attendance data. The inability to forge or steal fingerprints further enhances the security of this system.

Employees are enrolled into the biometric workforce management system with a scan of their fingerprints. During a supervised enrollment process, a scanner captures images of the employee’s fingerprints. Only a mathematical representation of the fingerprint is stored in the templates database. The stored template is also encrypted to prevent any tampering. The employee’s privacy concerns are assured as the original fingerprint image is never stored in the terminals and neither it is possible to recreate the original fingerprint image from the mathematical representation.

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