Access Control  
  • Why Should We Use Access Control System?
    Few employers want to allow all of their employees  to access  all facilities at all times. That’s why more and more are using electronic access control to limit employees’ access to their facilities. At the least an electronic access control system can be used to allow only employees into a building after hours, and provide excellent documentation of when and where employees enter and exit.

    In addition, access control allows you to track payroll, ensuring the most accurate time and attendance tracking possible.

    Access control is the only technology that attempts to keep unauthorized individuals out of a building or areas within a facility, and is a perfect complement to video surveillance, burglar and fire systems in a comprehensive security solution proposal.
  • Today, Access control is an important factor for a business of any size. With the rising number of thefts, crimes, there has become an increasing need for security of businesses and other concerns, it has become even more important to control, access of your business. In addition, an access control solution will allow you to limit access to specific areas within your premises, maintaining the most in security and peace of mind. Different types of systems you can find.
  • Card Reader Systems
    These systems allow access only after the user has passed their card through a reader. These cards usually have a magnetic strip on the back, which contains their information, such as password and identification. The software controlling the system allows integrators and managers to track which employees accessed specific areas at specific times and more.
  • Biometric Fingerprint Access Control Systems
    In recent times, there are large number of Biometric Systems that are commercially available. Such Biometric systems are based on unique characteristics of human being. The most common, reliable and successful system is the one based on Finger Prints. Users are supposed to put their thumb/index finger (or any specified finger) in the finger reader. The system then compares the finger print that is read with that in the central database for authentication.
  • Electronic locks
    An electronic lock (more precisely an electric lock) is a locking device which operates by means of electric current. Electric locks are sometimes stand-alone with an electronic control assembly mounted directly to the lock. More often electric locks are connected to an access control system. The advantages of an electric lock connected to an access control system include: key control, where keys can be added and removed without re-keying the lock cylinder; fine access control, where time and place are factors; and transaction logging, where activity is recorded.
  • Time Attendance System
    Automated time and attendance systems are used for tracking the hours worked, overtime, and lost or late hits. This would not only eliminate the number of staff hours needed for processing the payroll, but also eliminates the loss of inaccurate data entry, buddy punching, and  also absent employee while inaccurately concluded cars. Automated time and attendance systems for instant, accurate, proof of manipulation of information.

    There are several different types of time and attendance systems available for small and medium enterprises: time clocks barcode, magnetic stripe of time clocks, RFID (proximity), time clocks, and biometric time clocks.

    These systems protect companies from losses associated with employee dishonesty and human error and reduce hours the necessary personnel to process the payroll. With a minimal investment, it is very simple for small and medium enterprises to ensure the accuracy of the payroll and increase profitability through the use of a time and attendance system.
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