Published: January 2013
Ingersoll Rand Schlage HandPunch GT-400 biometric time clock is a programmable, ATM-style kiosk with soft keys and a large display field that allows information such as lists and personal messages to be displayed. It uses the size and shape of each employee’s hand for verification, even if it’s dirty, wet, greasy, dusty, swollen or dry. It helps reduce payroll and administration costs, eliminates time fraud and improves record-keeping accuracy.
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