Biometric applications for labor management, workforce productivity and time and attendance solutions set for growth
The market for all biometric workforce management solutions (i.e., cloud-, software- and hardware-based) will reach US$600 million in sales by 2018, market researchers at Biometrics Research Group, Inc. have forecast within their latest market analysis report.
The paper examines the growing demand for biometric applications for labor management, workforce productivity and time and attendance solutions.
The research report found that the market for worldwide workforce management software was US$10 billion in 2010 and is forecast to reach US$18 billion by the end of 2015.
It also revealed that demand for workforce management solutions delivered through the software-as-a- service (SaaS) model will demonstrate robust growth. In fact, by 2017, more than 50 percent of new workforce management solution purchases will be made with vendors providing on-demand SaaS offerings, while SaaS will account for more than 50 percent of the biometric time and attendance fraud software market by 2018.
Tensor plc, experts in the development of biometric applications for labor management, workforce productivity and time and attendance solutions
Tensor has an extensive level of experience in the field of biometric time and attendance systems, so it can help you install the most secure and reliable biometrics equipment, while in the same time keeping within your set budget for this task.
We offer a range of biometric time and attendance systems designed specifically for those looking for a comprehensive solution that integrates both access control and time and attendance functions, but also adds a host of additional useful features, such as Job Booking, Job Costing, Labour Hours Analysis and Security Management including quality CCTV playback.
These biometric time and attendance systems come packed in a very elegant and stylish case, while in the same time being extremely easy to use. Plus, they’re very easy to interconnect with our proximity card access scanners, allowing users to mix fingerprint reading and non-fingerprint reading scanners on the same security network.
Enforcing a higher level of security is also very important for the system’s functionality. Users should be restricted to menu options granted to them, structured around pre-installed configurable “roles”. Restrictions by sub section or at a topic level should also be available.
If you’d like to find out more about the biometric time and attendance systems supplied by Tensor, just contact our dedicated product team or Book a Demo, our representatives will be more than happy to answer any questions or queries you might have.