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MinuteHound’s New Software Arrives in Time for Camping and the Summer Season

July 31, 2013

MinuteHound's new software has arrived just in time for the 2013 camping season.

New York, NY (PRWEB) July 31, 2013

The great outdoors are calling to plenty of people all over the United States. Girl Scout troops, Boy Scout troops, families, college students and many others are all heading to the camping grounds for some rest and relaxation. As people need to purchase new equipment and want to use some amenities while they are there, the camping industry continues to boom. Meeting these demands are the services of MinuteHound's newest software, a biometric attendance program has arrived in plenty of time for camping season.

Before the tents are pitched and the marshmallows roasted, prospective campers are heading to the stores to purchase all of their supplies. With this new influx of customers, shops often have to hire some seasonal employees. Plenty of people are swiping in and out each day, and MinuteHound's fingerprint scanning timekeeping system is very easy to use. Using biometric technology, data is stored safely and securely to protect the privacy of employees. Fingerprints are never stored, saved, or ever kept on file.

Protecting camping companies is one of the goals this software has as well. Businesses lose so much money to inaccurate time cards, but when fingerprints are used, going around the system is impossible. Employees cannot have other workers sign in for them, so they do not receive credit for time worked. Furthermore, the system sends out a text or email to selected individuals if an employee does not show up on time or leaves early. The company does not have to pay an hourly employee for that time, and the manager will be able to find a replacement quickly.

MinuteHound does not require a dedicated computer as these pieces of equipment can be difficult to find on a campsite. Since the clocking-in and out processes are rather fast, problematic issues do not arise as a result. Employees can log in and continue on with their duties. Some people might be concerned that this type of technology might not work on a campground. However, it is available wherever the Internet is. Most campgrounds, for both business and recreational purposes, are equipped with some sort of Internet access.

Although most people sleep and wake with the sun in the camping world, issues could arise with the system overnight. With customer service available around the clock, MinuteHound offers support whenever a client needs it.

MinuteHound Contact Information

Website: http://www.MinuteHound.com

Email: info(at)MinuteHound(dot)com

Phone: (800) 351-7237

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