PayPunch is a Biometric Time Clock & Attendance tracking system that replaces the typical time clock used to track employees attendance
Publisher’s notes: Instead of employees punching in a time-card or logging their attendance by hand, they simply place their finger on the Fingerprint Reader sensor, place their hand into the Hand Reader or flash a card in front of the proximity or HID card reader and PayPunch does the rest!
How will it save your company money?
PayPunch is a simple solution that pays for itself over and over again by allowing your organization to:
Automate payroll processing
Eliminate early punch-ins
Eliminate unauthorized overtime
Eliminate hours of payroll calculations
Accurately reports employee time/attendance to Payroll & HR
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