Data Management, Inc
. a company that develops time and attendance solutions for employee labor tracking has reportedly introduced
new, Schlage biometric HandPunch GT-400 terminals, which belong to its integrated time and attendance solutions.
In an attempt to take the employee tracking to the next level, company has added this new product with eight programmable soft function keys that offer the display administrators in creating validation tables, multi-level promptings, decision menus, and punch reviews.
The new unit which is extremely user-friendly comes standard with an Ethernet connection to reduce installation and communication costs by taking advantage of a company’s existing data network.
According to the company, the new unit is 20 percent smaller than previous hand geometry units with large ATM-style display, providing increased user acceptance.
Employees can use the ATM-style interface and large bright 3.8-inch to generate efficient, accurate, flexible and dynamic data collection and can also follow prompts. Using keys in association with the display, the HandPunch GT-400 provides information like an ATM.
In addition to these features, the platen, keypad and function keys of the HandPunch GT-400 are all infused with an antimicrobial agent to ensure protection through the punching process and offers printed hand outline to ensure accurate hand placement while punching.
Also, the HandPunch GT-400 biometric terminal can be configured to meet virtually any networking need or online operation with its standard 10/100 Ethernet connectivity, eliminating the expense of installing new cabling and accelerating data processing time.
Found in 1988, Data Management, Inc. designs, develops, and markets high quality time and attendance applications to help employers manage, control and report employee labor in real-time, rather than allowing the capture of flawed employee data to be delivered later as with less sophisticated polling-type time clocks.
Since 1994, DMI has deployed hand geometry in multiple applications, including time and attendance, while pioneering the use of true “real-time” hand scanner operations.
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Edited by Amy Tierney