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Time & Attendance:

The time punch clock, or paper timesheet, is replaced with an electronic badge reader or biometrics.  The employee swipes an  ID card through the reader or places a finger on a fingerprint  scanner, at the beginning and end of the work period.  The card/fingerprint reader data is copied regularly to a PC
running a Time Attendance Software application that will automatically create timesheets (according to your rules) for each employee.

Time & Attendance Software allows companies to track and evaluate the performance and work activities of employees using a software application. Time & Attendance Software enables employers to store, track and organise the most important employee time related information in one place. Everything needed to track and monitor employee activities and management processes is available on a computer. This can also be invaluable for ensuring regulatory compliance with working regulations and proof of attendance.

All of the above is to ENSURE that you pay your employees correct as per BCEA (Basic Conditions of Employment Act) and to ensure that you SAVE money.

Access Control:

Access control is a system which enables an authority to control access to areas and resources in a given physical facility or computer-based information system. An access control system, within the field of physical security is generally seen as the second layer in the security of a physical structure.
Access control is, in reality, an everyday phenomenon. A lock on a car door is essentially a form of access control. A PIN on an ATM system at a bank is another means of access control. Bouncers standing in front of a night club is perhaps a more primitive mode of access control (given the evident lack of  information technology involved). The possession of access control is of prime importance when persons seek to secure important, confidential, or sensitive information and equipment.


Fingerprint an impression of the underside of the end of a finger or thumb, used for identification because the arrangement of ridges in any fingerprint is thought to be unique and permanent with each person (no two persons having the same prints have ever been found). Palm prints and footprints are also used, especially for identification of infants. Traditionally,

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