Inception Technologies releases new biometric reader

December 3, 2014 - 

Inception Technologies announced it has released Atlas 2000, a new biometric reader that simplifies the process of collecting workforce data.

The Atlas 2000 resolves various issues regarding user interface, connectivity and modern technology that are commonly associated with existing readers.

Inception Technologies’ new reader uses a hand geometry recognition system that ensures a high level of security every time a user clocks in, enables users to handle self-service tasks, and allows them to connect via WiFi or a cellular signal to securely and easily transfer data across a network.

“The Atlas 2000 is the first generation of hand readers that uses industry tested hand geometry technology and marries modern technology to revitalize hand geometry technology,” said Inception Technologies president and CEO Fred Schmitthammer. “This is the biggest change in hand geometry biometric technology in over 30 years.”

The Atlas 2000 features a modern, full-color interface that enables users to review timecards and employee information to ultimately save companies time, work and money.

As a result, managers are able to make last-minute changes to their schedules, while employees can request time off or shift changes.

The solution does not require extensive training sessions or lengthy setup processes, and offers the added benefits of having an advanced time and attendance system.

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