Automated time and attendance systems can use electronic tags, barcode badges, magnetic stripe cards, biometrics (vein reader, hand geometry, fingerprint, or facial), and touch screens in place of paper cards which employees touch or swipe to identify themselves and record their working hours as they enter or leave the work area. The recorded information is then ideally automatically transferred to a computer for processing although some systems require an operator to physically transfer data from the clocking point to the computer using a portable memory device. The computer may then be employed to perform all the necessary calculations to generate employee time sheets which are used for calculating the employees’ wages. Thus, an automated system reduces the risk of errors that are common in a manual system, and allows the workforce to be more productive instead of wasting time on tedious administrative tasks.
Along with automated systems, Inventory-control/Warehousing Solution can help you with the production environment. The features are merged for better access and at a very low cost.