How can I capture my employee data?

We offer a wide range of data capture devices – below is a brief overview of the options and the connectivity/power requirements.

The Maximus terminal

Suitability: Ideal for 50+ employee businesses

Functions: Clock in/out, start/end break, change cost centre, change activity, review holiday balance. Interchangeable reader options, battery backup, memory and colour LCD screen.

Connectivity: IP Addressable, 3G and SIM

Power: Mains supply or POE

 

The Fingerprint Biometric terminal

Top of the range Multi-spectral Biometric Reader

Suitability: Ideal for 50+employee businesses

Functions: Clock in/out, start/end break, change cost centre, change activity, review holiday balance. Interchangeable reader options, battery backup, memory and colour LCD screen. Simple identity or verification options. Supports barcode, magstripe and Proximity.

Connectivity: IP Addressable, 3G and SIM

Power: Mains supply or POE

 

The Paymate terminal

An ideal simple clock in and out solution for permanent sites with low employee numbers

Suitability: Ideal for 1+ employee businesses

Functions: Clock in and out. Supports Mifare Cards only (currently)

Connectivity: IP Addressable

Power: POE

 

The Nohmad terminal

An ideal solution for semi-permanent sites with low employee numbers and limited infrastructure.

Suitability: Ideal for 1+ employee businesses

Functions: Clock in and out. Supports Mifare Cards, I-button and basic fingerprint

Connectivity: Sim card

Power: Mains

 

Alternatives to Clocking Terminals:

With the advancement of data capture options, we support a range of technologies including;
telephone clocking, web-based clocking and NFC enabled clocking.

Businesses in the UK can now use affordable technology to capture the time of remote workers – for example sales, engineers and contract workers.

Telephone clocking  – employees clock in and out using landline telephones and pin numbers as unique identifiers.

Web-based clocking – employees clock in and out using smart phones, tablets or desktop machines.

NFC-enabled clocking – employees clock in and out using smart phones and contactless chips.