Infinisource, Morpho develop biometric time and attendance system

April 8, 2015 - 

Infinisource has partnered with Morpho to develop what they call the market’s “most advanced” biometric time clock.

The iSolved NXG time clock is designed to collect attendance and labor data for the small and mid-size employer, and can be integrated into the iSolved human capital management (HCM) solution to provide the time tracking power, precision and flexibility required by employers.

“As we designed the NXG series for iSolved, we chose Morpho for the time clock’s finger-scanning capability,” said Todd La Fever, president of technology at Infinisource. “The MorphoSmart CBM sensor is the most sensitive and compact fingerprint reader module on the market.”

The NXG time clock is available with an optional biometric scanner from Morpho, preventing employees from punching in for their co-workers and other fraudulent behavior.

When the time clock is set to identification mode, each employee can simply scan a finger to clock in and out, without the use of an additional badge.

“MorphoSmart CBM sensors provide the most accurate fingerprint technology available, which is vital for time tracking in the workplace,” added Gary Jones, Morpho’s director of biometric access and time solutions. “Morpho fingerprint technology is ranked #1 for accuracy by the National Institute for Standards and Technology. In addition, Morpho’s patented optical technology and biometric algorithms are acknowledged worldwide for high quality fingerprint acquisition, exceptional matching speed and accuracy, and robustness when operating in harsh or high volume conditions.”

The iSolved NXG time clock is assembled in the United States and can purchased from iSolved Network of Certified Partners and directly from Infinisource throughout the U.S.

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