California University Deploys Vein Biometrics for Employee Attendance

California University Deploys Vein Biometrics for Employee Attendance

M2SYS Technology announced that another campus in the California State University system has deployed their vein biometric time clock solution with Kronos' Workforce Central software to track employee time and attendance. California State University, Fresno Association, joins sister campus Cal Poly Pomona Foundation, requiring employees at select campus locations to clock in and out using the M2SYS palm vein reader.

Built to eliminate employee time theft, improve accountability, reduce payroll fraud and minimize compliance risk, vein reader is a biometric time clock that seamlessly interfaces with the Association's Kronos Workforce Central workforce management time and attendance software and requires employees to clock in and out through palm vein biometric authentication, optimizing labor tracking performance.

Vein reader will immediately reap dividends for California State University, Fresno Association, by eliminating buddy punching (when one employee clocks in or out for another), speeding punch times, and avoiding costly legal expenses and compliance fines. Powered by the M2SYS Hybrid Biometric Platform, vein reader offers support for fingerprint, finger vein, palm vein and iris recognition, ensuring that 100 percent of employees are reliably and consistently identified.

“Our vein biometric time clock solution perfectly complements the Kronos workforce management labor tracking solution that is used by California State University, Fresno Association” said Michael Trader, President of M2SYS. “Vein reader drastically reduces payroll error rates, expedites the clock in/out process and is a more affordable alternative to wall mounted biometric time clocks. In addition, we can't understate the value that it adds with respect to compliance and its unmatched ability to verify individual identity beyond a shadow of a doubt.”

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