TBS provides biometric time and attendance solution for Dhofar insurance

April 27, 2015 - 

As detailed in a recent client case study, Touchless Biometric Systems provided insurance firm Dhofar Insurance with a biometric time and attendance solution that would allow employees to log-in in one branch and logout from another, maintaining a synchronized track of events.

TBS provided Dhofar Insurance with a flexible and customizable system that enabled a seamless and synchronized installation process throughout all its locations.

TBS partner United Systems customized the time and attendance software for Dhofar Insurance, allowing it to be easily integrated with TBS firmware and management software.

United Systems’ employees centrally programmed the biometric devices with access rules and time-tables, making it easy to mount devices in distant branches to ensure an effortless installation process that could be executed by regular technicians remotely.

United Systems deployed 36 TBS 2D-terminals to the insurance firm, which was met by immediately positive feedback.

Dhofar employees said the machines were highly accurate, were usable in different locations, and tracked all records with “Swiss precision”.

“Our new TBS solution fully interconnects the branches, so employees can now log in in one branch, and log out in another, which is exactly what we needed,” said Hussein Abu Jabal, IT director of Dhofar Insurance. “There are no more missing records, and this was a critical improvement compared to our previous fingerprint solution.”

TBS has built a strong presence and reference base in the Middle East, where Dhofar is based out of, with installations in over 30 government agencies.

Previously reported, Touchless Biometric Systems AG recently named Alex Zarrabi the company’s new chief executive officer.

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