Actual iD deploys fingerprint workforce management system at Canadian Porsche dealership

January 29, 2014 - 

Actual iD has announced that a Canadian Porsche dealership has contracted the company to deliver a fingerprint biometric workforce management system.

Specifically, Actual iD set up its Fingerscan Time Clock solution at the Porsche Centre Oakville dealership, just outside of Canada’s biggest city, Toronto.

“We were very excited to support Francesco and his team with the opening of this new Porsche dealership. Our continued focus on simplifying the customer activation process fits equally well into new and existing dealerships,” Jeff Crews, General Manager at Actual iD said.

“At Actual iD, we continue to see broader and broader acceptance of our solution in the automotive market – with dealerships achieving ROI inside of three months and real payroll cost reductions showing up on the dealerships’ bottom line each and every month.”

Reported previously, Actual iD recently launched its partner program for security systems integrators installing Suprema biometric readers.

“In the days leading up to the launch of our new Porsche Centre Oakville dealership, the staff at Actual iD led the activation of a turnkey time and attendance solution that required very little involvement from us,” said Francesco Policaro, General Manager, Porsche Centre Oakville. “They had our entire staff up and running on the system in under a week. Actual iD’s focus on customer satisfaction allowed us to completely focus on getting ready for the opening of this new location.”

Spoofing attacks are a major concern for the biometrics community and preventing buddy punching is a core focus of workforce management systems. In March 2013, a Brazilian doctor was famously charged with fraud after she was caught using silicone fingers to clock absent co-workers in to work.   

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