With HandPunch time clock devices being phased out and communities looking to reduce the risk of spreading viruses, a new approach to clocking in employees is necessary. Deploying a new contactless biometric time clock with iris and facial recognition controls and thermal temperature readings can take care of attendance and potential virus screening in one fell swoop.
Fully integrated with Sage 300 and Sage HRMS, the iT100 system is flexible, secure and provides safer and faster authentication.
The challenges of service delivery on all of the levels expected of indigenous communities are complicated by strict budgets. The better that you can manage staff scheduling and time & attendance tracking, the more cost savings you can enjoy due to higher productivity, better workforce deployment, improved service delivery, and best of all — a safer environment.
The iT100 is ideal for First Nation communities and band offices that need to track attendance, mitigate the spread of COVID/other airborne diseases and reduce manual data entry to free up staff time for more valuable work.
Given the prevalence of anxiety around the privacy of fingerprint time-tracking, the iT100 system stores no fingerprints, only facial biometrics.
When you clock in, the system recognizes you, verifies your identity and takes your temperature. If your temperature is over a predetermined temperature threshold, management is notified by email.