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Three hotels in Iraq choose Iris ID biometrics for accurate contactless time and attendance tracking

Three hotels in Iraq choose Iris ID biometrics for accurate contactless time and attendance tracking

Biometric iris recognition from Iris ID will be used by three hotels in Iraq to provide fast, accurate and contactless time and attendance checks for employees.

The three hotels operated by Iraqi Millennium Hotels in the Sulaymaniyah province of Iraq’s Kurdistan region, the Millennium Kurdistan, the Copthorne Hotel Baranan and Millennium Kurdistan Hotel and Spa, have deployed the IrisAccess technology with iCAM 7S biometric readers.

The iCAM 7S units integrate with the hotels payroll management system to ensure automated, accurate reporting and eliminate ‘buddy punching.’

“The process takes a second to complete and is highly intuitive, requiring virtually no employee training to use,” Iris ID VP of Global Sales and Busines Development Mohammed Murad states. “The iCAM 7S platform automatically tilts to locate a person’s face and iris patterns. Also, it’s important in the COVID-19 era, that the technology is contactless and not impacted by employees wearing personal protective equipment such as gloves, masks and goggles.”

The system was installed at each hotel by Turkey-based integrator InfoMet Technologies.

Iraqi Millennium Hotels operates a total of 135 luxury hotels in 80 locations around the world.

Iris ID cracked the recently-released Inc. 5000 list for its impressive growth over the past three years.

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