“The data from the IrisTime readers seamlessly integrates with payroll software, eliminating potential errors associated with manually calculating employee hours and benefits such as disability and accrued vacation time.” – Mohammed Murad, Vice President Sales and Business Development, Iris ID
Iris ID is officially shipping its IrisTime biometric time and attendance solution, the company has announced.
IrisTime is an Android-based biometric terminal designed to let employers easily implement biometric time and attendance tracking for staff. This is done via the iCAM7100 iris scanner, eliminating the need for traditional access and time-tracking mechanisms like swipe cards and PIN codes.
The convenience of the solution, together with its capacity to eliminate buddy-punching and accidental time and attendance tracking errors, already made a strong case for it prior to the current climate of accelerated digital transformation. But now, amid a viral pandemic that has highlighted the appeal of contactless technologies, it’s likely to generate even more commercial interest.
“IrisTime uses fast auto-focus to quickly and conveniently authenticate employees’ identity at distances up to 24 inches,” explained Iris ID sales and business development VP Mohammed Murad. “The data from the IrisTime readers seamlessly integrates with payroll software, eliminating potential errors associated with manually calculating employee hours and benefits such as disability and accrued vacation time.”
Another advantage of Iris ID’s solution is that iris recognition technology is able to operate just as well on users who are wearing face masks – the ‘new normal’ in apparel across many workspaces that are reopening around the world amid the pandemic.
The announcement of IrisTime’s commercial availability comes in the midst of Digital Transformation in the Enterprise Month at FindBiometrics, with time and attendance tracking technology being a key component of the accelerating adoption of biometrics in the enterprise sector.
September 15, 2020 – by Alex Perala