TBS integrated with Interflex for biometric time and attendance management solution

May 19, 2015 - 

Touchless Biometric Systems announced it has integrated its portfolio of biometric hardware and software with Interflex’s IF-6040 access control software to provide a complete biometric time and attendance management solution.

Based on Microsoft technologies, Interflex’s IF-6040 software meets the requirements of access control and time and attendance.

The partnership will enable Interflex to extend its biometric offerings through TBS’ biometric products, rather than making a larger investment by building its own biometric technology in-house.

Interflex decided to integrate TBS as a biometric sub-system instead of integrating single devices, providing them with a complete biometric infrastructure and a wide range of biometric hardware and applications — all operated by the TBS biometric sub-system.

The main data exchange, which consists of user data and attendance events, is performed on a system level via web services.

For end users, the system will appear as a single solution, with all aspects ranging from enrollment up to reporting are fully integrated into Interflex IF6040 management software.

For both partners the combination opened up new market opportunities which resulted in installations for Audi, BMW, Pictet Private Bank, Sparkasse Munich and Saudi Ground Services among others.

“Using one platform, integration with TBS has made it easy for us, our partners and for the handling of our biometric projects” said Robert Karolous, product manager at Interflex.

Previously reported, 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.

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