FingerTec USA updates timeclock software

April 9, 2013 - 

Biometric fingerprint timeclock manufacturer, FingerTec USA, has introduced updates to its TCMS V2 software.

According to the company, with the latest version, TCMS V2 has been translated into numerous languages and also enhances and simplifies the user-experience

“FingerTec USA offers advanced technology at affordable prices. Our TCMS V2 software powers our custom attendance management systems, providing users with a wealth of options for collecting and analyzing data,” Ryan King, technical manager at FingerTec USA said. “The latest update adds even more features to this successful software. We invite all business owners to join the millions of customers already using TCMS V2 to see how our company’s products can transform the workplace.”

The software is intended to be deployed in scenarios with multiple timeclocks, and works to collect data from all systems and to gather it in a centralized location. The sofwatre, says the company, can support up to 999 terminals over its IP network.

An additional change with this update is that all activations must now be done online.

Customers can update their systems through the FingerTec USA website.

Reported previously, last year, FingerTec USA announced its latest facial recognition system, the Face ID 4 and the OFIS Gateway fingerprint scanner.

As we reported,  NMC healthcare, an integrated healthcare company headquartered in Abu Dhabi, as opted to use FingerTec USA’s TA103TC biometric timeclock to track the attendance and overtime hours of its employees across its offices in the UAE.

Fingerprint attendance systems have been in the news lately as a Brazilian doctor was recently caught using silicon fingers to “buddy punch” absent co-workers into the system, effectively spoofing the workforce management system. 

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