Read about the latest completed projects from past customers of Tensor and how our access control, time and attendance systems work.
Second Largest UK Brewer Hops on Tensor
Coors is one of the worlds largest brewers and brands of beer and has a brewery in Alton, Hampshire. The brewery formerly owned by Bass was sold to Coors in March 2002.
Racing Green Cars give 1’st Place to Tensor
Racing Green Cars Ltd, based near Aldershot in Hampshire, is a company with a passion for British sports cars. Historically, they used timesheets to log employees hours but with the introduction of the EEC Working Time Directive they realised they would have to look for a computerised system. They wanted one that would track employee time keeping for both payroll and the Working Time Directive. They also wanted to know how long employees spent on each job.
Jewson Distribution Centre installs Time and Attendance system
Jewson is the UK’s foremost Timber and Building Materials Supplier with over 586 branches nationwide, many of which contain a tool hire facility too. – so you can buy and hire under the same roof. The national distribution centre located in Cannock just north of Birmingham serves over 586 Jewson Group stores around the UK and used to have an old punch-card time and attendance system. They installed a Tensor system to reduce the amount of administration time taken in processing the 90 warehouse employee time cards.
A stitch in time saves nine with Tensor
John Smedley has been manufacturing the worlds finest knitwear since 1784, combining the legacy of hand skills with modern technology. Still producing garments from its original factory in Lea Bridge, Derbyshire which spans over 13 Acres, it has many buildings some of which are over 200 years old. The buildings contain machinery to allow them to produce high quality woollen garments from spinning the raw wool to packing the final product.
Illuma Lightning Install Tensor
Illuma Lighting Ltd is one of the UK’s largest independent lighting companies and a market leader in display and architectural lighting. The family owned company employs around 110 people at their factory in Shepshed, Leicestershire where they have installed a Tensor Smart Card system. The system keeps track of the hours worked by their employees and of holidays and absences for non-clocking employees.
Smart Card WinTA system installed at SSL International (Derby)
SSL International in Derby produce the Scholl range of foot care products. They are part of the worldwide SSL healthcare group and David Jarvis their Technical Manager was given the task of finding a Time and Attendance and Access Control system that would suit the needs of their factory.
Burrow and Smith LTD install Time and Attendance system
Burrows and Smith Ltd is an engineering company specializing in supply of component parts to the automotive industry. They have a 3-acre factory in Leicester which operates 24 hours a day mainly making components for diesel engines. Burrow and Smith have installed a complete Tensor HR system comprising Time & Attendance, Access Control and Personnel management.
Derbyshire Fire & Rescue install Tensor security
Derbyshire Fire & Rescue needed a simple “non computerised” access control system for their new command centre in Derby, but at the same time they wanted it to use the latest technology. After reviewing several different types of system they chose the T2002 from Tensor. “The Tensor T2002 was the easiest-to-use system we came across.” said Steve Holt-Garner, Information Servce Manager for Derbyshire Fire & Rescue. “It’s fast, reliable and requires no PC’s to run it, and very little maintenance.”
Delphi Invest In Time And Attendance System
EDS is a professional IT/IS services company helping clients manage the business and technology complexities of today’s digital economy. EDS takes a holistic view of IT provision, addressing requirement definition and specification, technology conversion, procurement, implementation and operation, to provide a complete and successful solution. They currently operate such a service at the Delphi factory in Luton, as well as many other sites around the country.