Biometric Time Clock Reviews
Posted in the Human Resources Forum
Since: May 09
#1 Oct 12, 2009
If youíre business wants to install a straight forward biometric time clock, like those available at http://www.avidbiometrics.com , but arenít sure where to start, one of the first products you might want to consider is a biometric time clock from BioElectronix at http://www.avidbiometrics.com .
Letís take a look at the Bielectronix X100 Biometric Time Clock. The X100 is the perfect biometric time clock for businesses with less than 100 employees who want a time clock that is easy to understand, easy to use, and offers the benefits of more advanced time & attendance systems, but at an affordable price at http://www.avidbiometrics.com .
Unlike most of the time clock sold today the BioElectronix X100 is a desktop standalone device and does not require a computer to collect employee time, it records all employee information in itís internal memory, up to 30,000 employee records can be stored in the X100 device, employee information can be then downloaded to a computer thru the quick & easy USB plug and play connection for automatically calculating and viewing the employee time and attendance records.
With Fingerprint Authentication you Pay your Employees for the Exact Time They Work.
No Need to Purchase, Maintain or Replace Time Sheets, Time Cards or Employee Badges
Does Not Need a PC to Function, Stores 30,000 Records in itís Internal Memory
Access Control Option for Controlling Personnel Access to Doors
Reduce Costly Payroll & Data Entry Errors
Minimize Payroll Processing Time
Reduce the Debate & Abuse of the Manual Punch Card System
Avoid The Hassle of Auditing Paper based Employee Time Cards
Timekeeper 2000 Software is Designed by BioElectronix, Free Updates Included
Knowledgeable Sales and Technical Support Staff Here to Help You
30 Days Free Technical Support Included
Good for up to 250 Employees
Export Employee Time directly to QuickBooks (Additional fee of $99)
Wall mounted Standalone Time Clock
Stores 30,000 records in itís Internal Memory
Ethernet TCP/IP Network Connection
Connects directly to any Computer Via Serial Comport or Serial to USB Converter Cable
Track Employee Time (In / Out, Lunch, Breaks, Overtime, Holidays & Absences)
Set up Rules Governing How Employee Time is Accounted for (Rounding, Early In or Late Out, Overtime)
Payroll Feature Totals Employee Wages
Administrator Feature to Amend Records
Incomplete In & Out Reports
Export Reports to QuickBooks, Paychex, Excel, Text (CSV) & to Many Payroll Providers Applications
The Latest BioElectronix Fingerprint Scanning Sensor
Employee Authentication Methods: Fingerprint or Pin Number
Fast Fingerprint Image Scan in Under 1 Second
For more information on this or other biometric time & attendance system, visit http://www.avidbiometrics.com
#2 Mar 21, 2013
Bought it and straight into the bin 2 months later back to my old Lathem Time Clock with card system...
#3 Mar 21, 2013
I had a different unit same issue with software not working, not sending information to the computer.Had too many issues with the finger not registering chasing employees to see what time they got to work. It basically killed the purpose of having a time clock. My personal idea is stay away from the computer based units. Not worth the headache.
#5 Jul 25, 2014
Biometric time clock have its own benefits, and it allows the companies to give their employees equal rights at some stages. It also saves time.
#6 Oct 29, 2014
You might need a time clock without software. Search time clock without attendance software on Amazon, I have bought one from Amazon. I run a small restaurant and it works well till now. Not expensive either.
#7 Oct 29, 2014
Check this: http://www.amazon.com/Biometric-Fingerprint-A...
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