August 30, 2015 -
Bodet Ltd announced it has launched Kelio Visio X7, a biometric-based attendance and communication terminal designed to simplify and improve staff interaction.
The Kelio Visio X7 was initially conceived as a hand-held device to allow staff members to clock on and off using card, key fob or fingerprint, but Bodet later decided to develop the device into a mobile multi-functional unit.
The terminal allows staff to request holidays or time off, while different departments within an organization can send personalized messages to any staff member, issue announcements and create and issue documents directly to all employees in the company.
The Kelio Visio X7 offers a range of applications for HR departments including managing staff attendance, advising remaining holiday time, and creating real-time management and payroll reports.
Additionally, it can be used to help staff conduct their normal daily activities, including a staff directory, a database of phone numbers, accessing their own personnel reports and book meals in advance from staff canteens.
The terminal’s touch screen is easy to operate, highly customizable, upgradable and features a highly intuitive interface that requires minimal training.
The new multifunctional terminal has already been rewarded with a 2015 Red Dot Award for its innovative qualities and design excellence.
The Red Dot Award jury said they were impressed with the Kelio Visio X7 time and attendance management system’s range of features and ease-of-use.
“We’re thrilled with this award,” said Richard Manby, managing director of Bodet Ltd. “It recognizes our product’s outstanding design and underlines how important design and functionality are to our organisation. The Kelio Visio X7 provides businesses with a very user-friendly and high-performance terminal which we expect will revolutionise time & attendance management.”
Previously reported, recreational center Writhlington Sports and Leisure recently installed a new time and attendance system from Bodet that uses digital fingerprint scanners, automating the clocking in and out process for its 70 staff members.