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time and attendance softwareThis software was developed based on three principles: ease of use, efficiency and adaptability. InnuxTime maintains a database that keeps records of employees, their cards, how many hours and at what time they're expected to work. As employees punch in and out at the time clocks, the software accumulates this data in order to provide a wide range of reports that are visible within InnuxTime and easily exported to other Windows applications such as Word, Excel and payroll software. These reports help to monitor the absence of employees and accelerate the preparation of their salaries.

This application will not force you to spend hours reading long and complex manuals, or spend more time implementing the system than benefitting from its use. More importantly, our software is designed to work the way you want.
Identification technologies
With the evolution of technology, new forms of identifying employees arise each year, preventing ever more effectively, fraud in attendance clocking. InnuxTime allows you to benefit from the latest identification techniques, by integrating with the most sophisticated time clocks on the market. The most common forms of identification are still the use of RFID timecards and fingerprint recognition systems, but with InnuxTime you can already use face recognition and hand palm vein pattern recognition technologies, for a more reliable and secure authentication.
Equipment and methods of communication
InnuxTime can be integrated in a transparent and seamless way with a wide range of time clocks, using a variety of communication forms in order to meet all possible needs.

Among all types of communication possible we highlight the TCP/IP communication. This protocol allows you to communicate with the time clocks using already existing structured communication networks (wired or wireless), as well as using the Internet to connect to equipment in remote locations. For common installations, you can use RS232 or RS485, connecting the time clocks directly to a serial or USB port of a computer. In more extreme cases, it's still possible to use GSM communications - all that is required is access to any mobile phone operator network. Finally, a phone line available near the clock can also be used to communicate with the terminal using to that effect a modem that is attached to the clock.

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