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Bodet introduces biometric time and attendance solution for small businesses


Bodet recently introduced Timebox, a comprehensive time and attendance monitoring solution designed specifically for organizations of up to 100 employees.

With Timebox, employees can clock in and out using a proximity badge, keyfob or a biometric fingerprint detector. Employee time and attendance data is stored on a database that can be retrieved using a portable USB drive, or sent directly to the central server through an existing wired network or via Wi-Fi. The plug and play software generates attendance reports so payroll staff don’t have to re-enter data. Time and attendance reports can be exported as Excel files, preventing manual entry errors.

The software generates reports so that current and historic attendance information can be accessed in an instance, providing management teams with up-to-date, accurate data. The networked or Wi-Fi options allow attendance reports to be accessed in real time allowing supervisors to maintain productivity or compliance levels.

The clocking terminal incorporates a 4.3” touch-sensitive screen which presents an intuitive display panel. On-screen applications allow terminal users to consult their last four clockings, open an approved internet website and read a document. Staff can access these functions as they clock in or out, or at any other time during the working day.

“The new Timebox is a comprehensive time management system which has been specially designed for small and medium companies across a wide range of industries including manufacturing, transport, care homes, call centers and customer service centers, explained Bodet’s managing director, Richard Manby. “Automating clocking in saves time for staff while ensuring accuracy and efficiency for the organisation as a whole. For customers who require additional time and attendance, access control and visitor management functionality, Bodet has developed its Kelio solution.”

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