Time & Attendance Case Studies
Read about the latest completed projects from past customers of Tensor and how our access control, time and attendance systems work.
Maier Use Tensor for New Time & Attendance System
Payroll Manager Tracey Door and Mark Ray were in charge of finding a new Time & Attendance system when the UK part of the Spanish company Maier started up in Burntwood near Walsall. After investigating what was available in the market they elected on Tensor and a WinTA and WinPM system was installed in December 2000. This was further upgraded to a WinTA Enterprise and Personnel Enterprise system in November 2002. The installation comprises a T2561 clocking station with 4 additional Smart Card scanners which provide access control within the building via electronic door locks.
Alcon clutches Tensor for Time & Attendance, Access Control
Alcon Components was established in 1984 by engineer and sports car racer John Moore in order to make brakes for Audi Sport’s Group B Quattro rally cars.
ABB Limited Install WinTA Access Control and Time and Attendance System
ABB Limited who specialise in process instrumentation and control, analytical products and systems and industry-specific automation solutions have installed a WinTA time and attendance system at the factory in St Neots. ABB wanted a established local company to install a Time and Attendance and Access control system.
Tensor Time and Attendance and Access Control system provides food for thought
March Foods Ltd is a privately owned business operating from an 11,000 m² (120,000 ft²) purpose built factory in March, Cambridgeshire. It employs 150 people at this site and is one of the UK’s leading Food Contract manufacturers and packing businesses, specialising in providing timely and high quality production services to customers.
Timber firm Calders and Grandidge uses Time and Attendance
Calders & Grandidge is one of the oldest established and respected names in the United Kingdom pressure treated timber sector with its own 46 acre site in Boston , Lincolnshire , and employs a workforce of more than 60 personnel. The company is the main supplier of wooden telegraph poles in the UK and their strategically placed depots are equipped to process, preserve and stock the large number of poles needed to serve UK and overseas markets.
British Pepper & Spice Go With Tensor
British Pepper and Spice have been combining their knowledge, craft and imagination to produce quality herbs and spices over many years. Today, British Pepper and Spice are the largest UK supplier of retailer branded herbs and spices. Their own Gourmet Garden range can be found in all major supermarkets. Around 150 permanent staff are employed at their facility at Brackmills in Northampton.
Wabtec Rail Takes The Tensor train
Wabtec Rail Limited provides rail vehicle overhaul, conversion and maintenance services throughout the United Kingdom and is based on a 23 acre site in Doncaster, South Yorkshire. In 2000, during a period of reorganisation, the Accounts Department wanted to replace the company’s time clock system because it was too time consuming to process that clock cards manually, especially at the end of the week when the punch cards were totalled and entered on a computer.
Suttons Seeds plant a Tensor system
Suttons Seeds is an internationally renowned supplier of flower and vegetable seeds, young plants, bulbs, fruit bushes and other horticultural products to amateur gardeners. Sutton’s have a reputation for quality and service that’s 2nd none and a remarkable history going back almost two hundred years. They have had to constantly develop new ideas and embrace new technology to grow the business.