Bodet introduces a new interactive time and attendance system

January 15, 2016 - 

After five years of R & D and £5M investment, Bodet has introduced a new interactive time and attendance system designed to increase staff engagement.

The new Kelio time and attendance system is fronted by Kelio Visio X7, an award winning interactive terminal, which comes with a card reader, a biometric fingerprint sensor or both. Using the fingerprint option removes the risk of “buddy-punching”.

The Kelio Visio X7 terminal touchscreen allows staff to easily interact with the company’s back office when clocking in or out or at any other time during their shift. Employees can use the Kelio system to access information ranging from personal messages, their attendance record and remaining holiday time. They can also use the terminal to request time off or book future holidays.

The Kelio system software also provides real time attendance data and also creates customized staff attendance reports for HR, management and payroll.

The terminal includes its own screen design tool, so it not only displays a company logo and style, but companies can tailor the layout to meet the needs of the company and its employees.

“The Kelio system is a completely new approach to time management and we can see an exciting future for this product,” said Richard Manby, managing director of Bodet. “It not only provides very refined and accurate management data, but offers a completely new communication interface between management and employees. The flexibility of the whole system, both in setting up and for daily use by staff coupled with a modular approach offering versatile functionality based on exact client requirements means it can be used by a wide range of industries including manufacturing, logistics, care homes, and customer service centres.”

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