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Actual iD launches partner program for integrators using Suprema readers


Actual iD has launched its new RMR Channel Partner Program for security systems integrators installing Suprema biometric readers.

The program enables partners to offer their customers biometric time and attendance solutions by Actual iD, including features for work hour calculations and holiday and leave management, combined with biometric identification technology from Suprema.

“The Recurring Monthly Revenue (RMR) Channel Partner Program is a simple way for systems integrators to generate recurring monthly revenue and deepen their customer relationships with time and attendance solution offerings,” Jeff Crews, general manager at Actual iD said. “Through the program, systems integrators share in the ongoing monthly revenue while having full access to Actual iD’s expertise to assist in selling, activating and supporting new time and attendance customers.”

The biometric readers and time and attendance solutions help mitigate employee time theft in the form of buddy punching, where an employee signs in on behalf of another employee.

Spoofing attacks are a major concern for the biometrics community and preventing buddy punching is a core focus of workforce management systems. In March, a Brazilian doctor was famously charged with fraud after she was caught using silicone fingers to clock absent co-workers in to work.   

The technology also helps business customers manage hourly and salaried employee more accurately, reduce the costs of payroll administration, and gain audit compliance.

Reported previously, Suprema recently announced that its revenue and net profit have jumped in the past year.

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