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Iris ID tech featured in time and attendance clocks from SimplyWork

 

Iris ID announced that its iris recognition cameras will be incorporated into time and attendance clocks from SimplyWork, a provider of cloud-based workforce management applications. The new timeclocks will be showcased at ISC West next week.

The SimplyWork time clock uses iris biometrics to authenticate employees identity as they begin and end work each day. Iris ID’s IrisAccess iCAM R100 cameras are built into the clocks and captures images at a range of 11 to 15 inches.

The iris-based timeclock requires no contact and can be used any industry where other biometric technology may be less accurate. In addition, the iris reader has no problems with facial masks, hats or glasses that can affect the accuracy of facial recognition.

“Without a way to accurately match employees to the hours they worked, buddy punching can be a significant drain on any business’s bottom line,” said Mohammed Murad, vice president global sales and business development at Iris ID. “We are very excited to be an OEM partner with SimplyWork, they have a very robust solution in the workforce management space.”

“Iris biometrics were head and shoulders above the others at accurately identifying people,” added Mike Van Nuland, chief executive officer for SimplyWork. “The Iris ID iCAM R100 camera helps make our biometric timeclock fast, accurate and easy to use. It also works with our entire customer base, from small companies to large enterprises.”

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