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    Biometric Clocking In system

    Work are looking at some Clocking In systems to basically checks staff are getting in when there supposed to be. After looking on the net ive seen some biometrics finger print systems which are £1000+
    Just wondered if anyone knows of any cheap alternatives, to the expensive machines that are advertised.
    Are there any fingerprint scanners or even just software that connect to a pc and can be used as a clocking in type system?

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    Re: Biometric Clocking In system

    we just use keychain tags here. Works pretty well tbh - think it's from timeware
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    Re: Biometric Clocking In system

    We have Biometric clocking in by timeware very good....
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    Re: Biometric Clocking In system

    We use the timeware biometric fingerprint scanners and they are great apart from there is always one person holding up the queue to clock out because they've either got bogies on their fingers from picking (not picking as in the department... picking as in picking their own nose), chocolate from too many kitkats, or just general dirt and grime on them.

    other than that it works fine and I can never forget to take my fingers to work unless it was a very heavy weekend and involved power tools

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    Re: Biometric Clocking In system

    Got a Sony Vaio TZ at work - has a scanner built in, works with Vista (and Linux if that's your preference) - works pretty well. Not a great solution for what you want mind

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    Re: Biometric Clocking In system

    We have been researching this in our company ourselves for quite some time, we bought a fingerprint system for about £400 and we had nothing but problems - it wouldnt register fingerprints at what seemed RANDOM times and eventually it stopped all together, but we think someone must have scratched the reader.

    There isnt much infomation on the internet regarding this and most of it seems bias, so im glad i stumbled across this thread.

    We bought a Ingersoll Rand Handscanner system and it works flawlessly, we have had no problems in the last 6 months with it and the software that comes with it is absolutely amazing, we even got a training session and installation for free!!

    accutime.co.uk is the place we got ours from from, highly recommended.

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