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THINKING SOFTWARE

Thinking Software a workforce management and time & attendance software provider to a wide range of blue chip clients, has integrated their Rota Horizon software with our biometric fingerprint readers.

David Hambidge, Thinking Software’s Business Development Manager, commented, “The ievo biometric hardware is proven technology which normally provides state-of-the-art access control. Our Rota Horizon software connects directly to the new ievo SQL database for data on Readers, Employees and their “Fingerprint Recognised” events to generate the required Time & Attendance data. Rota Horizon will read the events from this database irrespective of the type of Hardware being used at the back end, and then the front end provides all the normal, powerful, functionality that Rota Horizon provides."

The result is a fool proof recognition system unaffected by lost or stolen fobs or swipe cards and one that cannot be deceived by the entry of fraudulent PIN’s into numeric key pads, coupled with a data acquisition system that supplies real time reliable information for payroll, flexi-time, absenteeism control and holiday planning.

For more information the full press release can be read here

Our stats show that 75% of end user demos with an ievo account manager present ends in a deal!

HOW SUITABLE ARE BIOMETRICS FOR PORT ENVIRONMENTS? 

Port Strategy's Martin Rushmere, talked to Stephen Thompson, Export Sales Manager for ievo, about biometric access in his research into the different technologies being used in port security and how they are adapting.

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“Biometric technology can be highly reliable while more traditional access control measures, ID cards, fobs, PIN numbers can all be shared, lost, stolen or forgotten, each incident leading to potential breaches in a secured facility or incurring a repeated cost to replace/reprint such credentials.

“Biometric credentials remove these liabilities,” says Mr Thompson. “The data refers to just one person which cannot be lost or forgotten, meaning it is more convenient for the user. Most biometric systems also integrate into wider security systems, to provide accurate time records which can be used for time and attendance systems, improving both security and health and safety measures of a site or facility.”

Generally, a combination of different methods usually proves the most effective and for ports the most important aspect will be reliability and the ability to confidently use a system that can work in such environments without hampering or slowing down an employee’s access."

You can read the full report here

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