Biometric Fingerprint Time Clock Attendance System
TimeTrak offers several biometric fingerprint time clocks. The TimeTrak Biometric Fingerprint and Time Clock Attendance System is compatible with hundreds of payroll services including ADP, Paychex, and QuickBooks to name a few. You can view a complete list of hardware using our employee Time Clock Hardware Finder.
Our latest model fingerprint time clock, the essInfoTouch includes a touch-screen display and an integrated camera for added security.
Convenient Deployment Options
Fingerprint Time Clock Readers
Biometric fingerprint-based employee time clock systems are becoming more and more popular due to the many benefits they offer. Since the fingerprint terminals read each employee’s unique characteristics they ensure employees are unable to clock in for one another, preventing cases of employee time theft better known as buddy punching.
Time and Attendance with Biometrics
With the Biometric HandPunch time clock, there are no cards to create, administer, carry – or lose. The HandPunch verifies employees’ identities in less than one second, based on the unique size and shape of their hands. This rugged design and its ability to read dirty or dry\cracked hands make it the perfect option for manufacturing environments.
Biometric Fingerprint Technology
Biometric Fingerprint and Time Clock Systems helps create a more secure workplace by verifying the identity of employees. But while the benefits of biometrics are well documented, some employees may still be concerned about the privacy issues surrounding this technology.
Unlike the technology used by Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems (AFIS) for law enforcement purposes, Our biometric terminals are designed to facilitate the collection of time clock records pertaining to employees’ activities, do not capture and store actual fingerprint images.
Instead, our terminals collect only sample data, convert it into binary data using mathematical algorithms and then store only a digital representation of the fingerprint (not an actual fingerprint image), from which it is virtually impossible to recreate the original image.