Infinisource to release new biometric time and attendance solution

January 25, 2015 - 

Infinisource announced it will soon release its new NXG series of time clocks featuring the G2 model, which features a built-in biometric finger scanner that delivers quick and secure identification.

Infinisource’s G2 is a time collection solution designed for small to mid-size employers that.collects attendance and labor data while complementing the company‚Äôs iSolved human capital management solution.

The solution features plug-and-play installation, a full color touch screen interface, seamless connection to cloud-based iSolved, numeric keypad dual, and external USB ports provide users with the option of attaching a barcode scanner or full-size keyboard.

The G2 also automatically downloads configuration profiles, employee tables and validation lists through iSolved’s OnDemand communication technology, instantly updating information without scheduled imports or exports.

“It’s critical for today’s small to midsize employers to use biometric options for time and attendance,” said Todd LaFever, president of Infinisource’s employer services product and technology. “Today’s employers face challenges from all fronts. By using biometric technology, they’re easily able to review accurate data and reports for staffing and budgets.”

The NXG G2 supports attendance and scheduling operations, along with a range of other labor allocation and costing functions.

Employers can configure schedule restrictions to prevent employees from clocking in outside of scheduled times, while the minimum meal break restrictions function ensures compliance with company policies or state laws.

Designed exclusively to integrate with iSolved, including iSolved TimeForce, the NXG G2 is manufactured in the United States and will be offered later this year through the iSolved network of certified partners as well as directly from Infinisource.

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