Unitime's HandPunch biometric timeclocks provide the most accurate
data collection solution available by ensuring that
employees must be present in order to record a punch.
HandPunch biometric timeclocks bring the flexibility of
a full-function time and attendance terminal together
with the sophistication of the most accurate
identification technology available. Using field-proven
hand geometry biometric technology, HandPunch terminals
scan the size and shape of your employees' hands to
verify their identities each time they punch. No
fingerprints or palm prints are utilized.
HandPunch biometric timeclocks are installed at
convenient locations throughout a facility to make it
easy for employees to clock in. Punching is performed
using biometric hand scans, and the resulting
transactions are periodically uploaded to the host PC
running the UNITIME Automated Timekeeping System. The
patented hand geometry technology utilized by HandPunch
timeclocks offers a number of important advantages:
- Unparalleled accuracy and reliability
- Eliminates the expense and hassle of card-based systems
- Fast, easy enrollment and use
- Easily networked
- Improved security, accuracy, speed, and convenience
Improved Payroll AccuracyHandPunch biometric timeclocks greatly improve payroll
accuracy by eliminating "buddy-punching," the practice
of employees punching in or out for other employees who
aren’t at work. Not only does this reduce labor costs
and the time required to prepare payroll, but it also
gives supervisors more time to focus on their jobs
instead of watching clocks, thereby increasing
efficiency and profitability.
Identity Verification and Access ControlAccording to the Transportation Security Administration,
HandPunch hand geometry is the only biometric technology
that has proven to be effective for employee access
control at airports. Several HandPunch timeclock models
support door access control, so when connected to
electronic door switches these terminals provide a
fail-safe method of ensuring that each person who gains
entry is not simply carrying someone else’s access card.
If the biometric scan of a person’s hand is not
recognized, a HandPunch terminal will not unlock a door.
In addition, an employee’s schedule may be used to
restrict access to specific days and times. Several
HandPunch models also support schedules for ringing
electronic shop bells at predefined times. From
coast-to-coast and around the world, HandPunch biometric
timeclocks are easing concerns and boosting security by
ensuring that the people on-site actually belong there.
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