Frequently Asked Questions - Fingertec Australia
a fingerprint or face recognition system.
When being used in Employee Time & Attendance Systems it allows for statistical data
to be collected in relation to employee time and attendance.
This helps facilitate the integration of time clock data into payroll software such as MYOB
These employee time clocks take over from the old Bundy Clock style card punch systems
and allow verification methods including fingerprint and face recognition (Face ID).
The quick answer is NO someone cannot steal your fingerprints.
Biometric Time Clocks use a method of matching shapes in a fingerprint to codes in the software.
In short this means that there is never a full image of a fingerprint on our system.
Even if someone figured out a way of matching the codes up to shapes the image would not be a full fingerprint
but rather shapes that had been picked up on the finger.
This also means that with Biometric Time & Attendance systems you are safe from identity theft.
More information is available about Biometric Data and how it is kept in our systems click below to find out.
or via USB Flash drive.
with a range of payroll software including MYOB Payroll, Quickbooks, Talent2 and many more.
This system allows for the Employee Time Clocks to be located at different sites and send the attendance data to a web server
based at your main office.
The function of the TimeTec system is to allow for larger companies to collect Employee Attendance data and again to allow for
Payroll Integration into programs such as MYOB, Quickbooks Payroll, Talent2 and many more.
Each of the Fingertec models are able to be setup as Job Costing systems for an additional fee.
When you order any of our TimeLine 100, TA200 or FaceID 4 you can request with the reseller that the terminal be
Job Cost capable and they will quote you for this function.
Once enabled Job Costing will allow you to specify work hours based on jobs or projects which are known in our
software as Work Codes.
You are then able to generate reports that show the total hours worked on a particular job or project.
This information can then be separated in the payroll export so that in your payroll software you can pay employees
a specific rate for each job they worked on.