Accsys, Neametrics collaborate

August 2010 Access Control & Identity Management

Accsys, a national supplier of payroll, HR, time and attendance and access control solutions, has integrated its software into Suprema’s portable biometric time and attendance hardware solution called SupreMOBILE.

The company has partnered with neaMetrics, developer of the hardware and local distributor of the Suprema product range, to provide an off-the-shelf time and attendance offering to the market.

Accsys PeopleTime software is fully compatible with SupreMOBILE and together offers effective remote people management. The SupreMOBILE is designed as a robust portable biometric clock that enables fingerprint identification in a mobile environment.

The device is compact, waterproof, dust-proof, requires no extensive integration or complicated cabling or connectivity and is targeted at industries operating within rugged environments, such as construction and companies with remote stores or depots. This includes farms, distributed staff and centralised processing.

As a clocking solution the SupreMOBILE can store up to 50 000 clockings and the information of thousands of employees. The solution uses a lithium-ion battery which ensures up to 16 hours of uptime after a single charge. The product’s functionality as a reliable, portable solution is extended by the fact that it can be immediately integrated into a company’s network and used to automatically update records and payroll systems.

Another key differential aspect of the technology is XPass. This feature allows for the integration of both biometric and non-biometric access. This is something investors may consider in terms of the acquisition of a hybrid solution, which still runs off Accsys PeopleTime.

Management from both companies believe that while the offering can be easily integrated and extended within the enterprise, it will continue to attract the attention of emerging businesses as they seek to acquire and implement cost effective HR management solutions without incurring any additional costs.


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