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The Problems with Biometric Time & Attendance - And the Innovation That Solved Them

Time & Attendance
Blue Paper
10/09/2017

Since the early 2000s, biometric time clocks have improved considerably – but usability issues have kept them from becoming the go-to choice for most businesses today.

Now iris recognition technology is making the move from security applications – such as managing access to the World Trade Center construction site – to time and attendance tracking. 

How can it help businesses and make up for its predecessors’ shortcomings?

In this blue paper, you’ll learn: 
•    The benefits of adopting a biometric time and attendance solution
•    What distinguishes iris recognition from biometric clocks
•    How HCM integration is changing the playing field.
 

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