FingerTec increases efficiency for Fudeks Serbia

FingerTec increases efficiency for Fudeks Serbia
Fudeks Company, a company in Serbia was founded in 1989 handling international and domestic road passenger transport. Fudeks is one of the leading private companies in Serbia having a total of 30 buses and 10 vans. In the international lines Fudeks have reached the European level of service, regularly operate on routes to Paris, Vienna, Trieste, Mestre, Bologna, Vicenza, Florence, Zurich, Budapest, Skopje. Fudeks is providing high tourist class buses, not older than 10 years, air-conditioned, fully equipped with TV, video and audio equipment, with toilet and a refrigerator. Fudeks also has exceptional reception-dispatch center which is located on the highway Belgrade – Nis. It has a modern organized mechanic, electrical and air condition workshop, with all support services for the maintenance of cleanliness and neatness of the bus, plus a parking space for all vehicles as well as a warehouse for spare parts.

Fudeks office is located at Balkanska 47th street, Belgrade, and the company has around 140 employees. According to Srdjan Durres, Fudeks Assistant Director for traffic-technical affairs / director chartered traffic, since the deployment of FingerTec Q2i in Fudeks, they have managed to find the best solution for their needs on attendance and monitoring of their workforce time. “We are glad that we have found a partner and that we can rely on them to do the work promptly, accurately and without unnecessary downtime,“ mentioned Srdjan Durres in a letter of recommendation to MHT Group D.O.O., FingerTec’s latest reseller in Serbia.

FingerTec Q2i is the high-end fingerprint system for door access and door access control, suitable for medium to high enterprise, boasted with 10,000 fingerprint templates and 10,000 RFID cards, more than sufficient for a company like Fudeks. The combination of Q2i with our complementary Ingress makes the deployment of biometrics solution a breeze to the user’s advantages.

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