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New payroll integration partnerships for Actual iD biometric time & attendance application


Biometric time and attendance solution provider Actual iD announced new payroll integration partnerships with their cloud-based Time & Absence Management application.

The Actual iD application now supports payroll formats for ADP, ADP Portal, Allied, Cloud Payroll, CompuPay, Ceridian, Paycom, Paycor, Paychex Preview, Paychex Online, Paylocity, PayMaster, QuickBooks, SurePayroll and Wells Fargo Payroll.

“Actual iD’s Time & Attendance solution is all about delivering new capability and benefits to our customers,” said Jeff Crews, President of Actual iD Inc. “That is a clear advantage with our cloud-based service. All of these integration options are now available to our entire customer base”.

Crews added: “We are very focused on two priorities at Actual iD: delivering a very clean, intuitive design across our application and frequently adding new functionality based on our customer feedback. Our customers tell us that Actual iD looks more like a new consumer app compared to the outdated commercial software built in the past.”

Just last month, Actual ID said that its cloud-based time and absence management solution leverages Suprema biometric readers to ensure that employees’ real identity is being used for time tracking and compliance purposes.

Earlier this year, Biometrics Research Group, Inc published a report on the use of biometrics in workforce management. The report examines the growing demand for biometric applications for labor management, workforce productivity and time and attendance solutions.

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