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Laisves pr. 125A,
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NCheck

Website: ncheck.net

NCheck Bio Attendance is next generation multi biometrics attendance system developed using world renowned Neurotechnology’s algorithm. The system guarantee the fast and accurate authentication using Fingerprint /Face/Iris modality. The system uses stndard hardware available in the market. Customer can select any hardware that are cost effective and easily available in the local market and use with the system.

The software virtually eliminates the traditional attendance practice to mark employees’ attendance and turns smart phone into biometrics attendance system. It helps the employer to easily locate their staff and monitor them easily at a central location. The employee can mark attendance using his smart phone’s camera with a live face detection from anywhere and his/her attendance marked and location details are tracked optionally.

The company also offering the software on the cloud (internet), private as well as public cloud which can also be accessible on smartphones (Android,Windows and iOS device)

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