We offer a wide range of different clocking options for the Captureit time and attendance system, including a variety of clocking terminals and software based clocking solutions. We have a terminal to suit almost every environment and terminals can be mixed to suit your needs.
The Biometric Finger Scanner is an excellent, cost-effective clocking terminal that is secure and reliable in recording employee attendance. Features of the Biometric Finger Scanner include:
An alternative to the Finger Scanner, the rugged and robust Biometric Hand Scanner will work in harsh, dirty environments, and has the following features:
The proximity terminal is a very popular option, unmatched in terms of speed and ease of use. The versatile proximity terminal boasts the following features:
The Mobile Clocking Utility (MCU) is ideal for employees who work off-site. The system is web based and allows employees to register their attendance from any internet enabled device. When used with Captureit’s GeoLocation feature, every clocking made by an employee on the MCU provides an update on their location, so you can keep track of where your employees are at all times.
Mobile clocking can be used for clocking in and out and to lunch, as usual, but also boasts a number of other, more specific tasks such as “travelling.”
You can also use the MCU to clock to Jobs if you are using the Captureit Job Costing Module.
PC Clocking is ideal for office based work spaces and staff who work from home. There is a user-friendly interface that allows your staff to perform a range of functions, such as clocking in/out, booking breaks and booking to lunch. They can also review personal data, such as flexi-time balance and current holidays.
PC Clocking provides the option to allow employees to view the current statuses of other employees. For example, “In a Meeting” “Out to Lunch” “Engaged” and so on.
Your staff can also use PC Clocking to clock onto jobs when using it with the Captureit Job Costing Module.
Although typically, PC Clocking is used for individual employees, it is possible for multiple employees to “share” the use of one PC for making clockings.