Clocking readers from Tensor never clogged by dust
Jobs are on the line after Whitehall this year slashed millions of pounds from council budgets. Since the government wants to reduce the huge national debt, local authorities were dealt the cash blow, none more so than Hampshire County Council, which had a reduction of £6.205m to its budget, a 0.6 per cent decline. This includes reductions in education and children's services; as well as £600,000 cut from the budget which pays staff to handle payments to vulnerable people, and almost £600,000 cut from a road safety grant.
Tensor employee clocking systems come to the rescue of organisations wishing to do more with fewer funds suddenly at their disposal. Versatile payroll data is converted by the software from the clocking readers, which are operated by Tensor smart cards. The proximity read method of the cards and fobs means that they will never wear out, and dust and residue picked up from the working environment presents no risk of clogging the reader. The advanced WinTA Enterprise edition can also link to your Tensor Access Enterprise access control application, where it is able to share employee data.