BioTrack offers a complete line of products using fingerprint or facial recognition to monitor employee time & attendance control.
Frequent problems of traditional systems:
Passwords and cards can be easily shared and exchanged.
Claves de Acceso
Employees forget passwords and lose cards.
The analysis and processing of information is a slow and tedious process.
Carnets o Tarjetas
Replacing cards is expensive and time-consuming.
BioTrack Solutions for Time & Attendance and Access Control

Employees are entered into the system by placing a finger on the fingerprint reader (or through facial recognition when applicable) at the beginning and the end of the workday. It can also record break periods.

The data accumulated can be reported at the end of every week, fortnight or month (or the range chosen by the user). Forget about hand-written cards, having to deal with illegible papers, and doing complicated calculations.

In just a few seconds the user can obtain a complete report of hours worked by each employee.

Advantages of using BioTrack products
  • Avoid manual data analysis. The system generates reports, graphs, and detailed statistics of the records made by employees.
  • Stop wasting money and time on cards.
  • Convenient cost.
  • Easy installation and management. Easy to use for your employees.
  • You can view detailed reports of people and the times when they were admitted to certain areas.
  • You pay your employees for the exact number of hours they worked.
  • It promotes punctuality and keeps track of absences.
  • It generates reports, graphs, and statistics from the attendance records made by employees.
General features of devices:

Along with the fingerprint reader, every device includes an administrator program for the analysis of collected data. The user may define any parameters needed, set schedules, observe any movements, generate reports and graphs from the data gathered from the employees, etc.

With the same program, users can manage multiple BioTrack devices, even if they are of different types.

The readers remain connected to a computer permanently through a serial or network cable*, or work independently to then download the information with a USB memory.

Employees can record their attendance using their fingerprint or through facial recognition*. Other alternatives are proximity cards (the clock includes a proximity card reader) or entering a password on its keyboard*.

*Only present in certain models.