MinuteHound’s New Biometric Time Clock Includes New Software To Assist Business Owners in 2014
MinuteHound has started the year by releasing their 2014 time clock software to assist small to medium sized business owners.
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 15, 2014
In a bold move designed to introduce cutting-edge timekeeping technology to a broad new cross-section of businesses, biometrics leader MinuteHound is offering its patent-protected fingerprint scanner at a deep discount in 2014. The MinuteHound scanner, which uses 128-bit encryption to translate unique worker fingerprints into binary code, enables employers to eliminate antiquated, paper-based time and attendance systems as well as time theft.
Reaching Out To The Market
“Businesses in every sector of the economy are seeking to shore up their bottom lines,” a MinuteHound representative said. While managers can certainly reach their goals by improving marketing, service, and sales, they also tend to look for ways to cut spending to help reach their financial goals. Unfortunately, cost-cutting sometimes causes managers to forgo investments that, in the long run, could save businesses a great deal of money. That's why we've decided to make our scanner available at a deep discount at the beginning of 2014. As businesses are preparing to tackle the challenges of the new year—looking for new and better ways to get the job done—the decision-makers at MinuteHound want to encourage business owners everywhere to take a technological leap that has the power to help transform their payroll function. "By slashing the cost of the MinuteHound scanner, we're reducing the financial barrier for cash-strapped businesses. In exchange, we expect a big return of satisfied customers"- stated by a MinuteHound representative.
How The Biometric TimeKeeping System Works
The MinuteHound offering is advanced, yet simple. Launch requires two steps: loading the time and attendance software onto a designated computer, and plugging the fingerprint scanner into the same. Once those two steps are completed, MinuteHound is ready to begin coding employee fingerprints and calculating their time and attendance. It is important to note that employee fingerprints are never "saved" to any system. Instead, fingerprints are scanned and then converted into an encrypted 128-bit number which is ultimately parsed out to four separate servers—on four continents. Reverse engineering of fingerprints is impossible meaning employee identities are secure.
Computing In The Cloud
MinuteHound works in a cloud-based format so that all reporting is "real-time," easy to access, and robust. This means that employee exceptions—like arriving late and leaving early—can be recorded and reported to management instantly via email or text, a feature which greatly simplifies monitoring and correction. It also means that managers who are responsible for sites that are scattered across the US or across the world can keep up-to-date just as long as they have an Internet connection.
Bottom Line Benefits
According to the American Payroll Association, businesses lose upwards of $100 billion per year due to faulty time and attendance accounting. By eliminating the potential for "buddy clocking" and much of the human error inherent in paper-based systems, the MinuteHound solution nearly eliminates the payroll fraud and error risk for its customers.
MinuteHound Contact Information
Phone: (800) 351-7237
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