Current customers can upgrade to integrated access control and clocking system
A fraud investigation is taking place at a ‘noted’ brand of printers after allegations of false documents being produced. The world's largest banknote printer De La Rue, whose clients include the Bank of England and dozens of other nations, claims its volumes are likely to drop by a fifth this year after this production crisis. The Serious Fraud Office is currently investigating the matter of false test certificates after the company finished its own inquiry.
Factories working in security-sensitive areas can ease their worries with a combined first class integrated Access Control and Time & Attendance system. Tensor has designed WinTAnet in conjunction with a new range of colourful, .NET and wireless enabled smart card and biometric clocking and access control equipment for 20 to 10,000-plus people. Current customers can upgrade without having to change their T32xx or T25xx clocking stations. Unexpected door usage ‘early warning’ email alerts are included. It combines the requirements of visitor control, identification, rostering and job costing; while the personnel software handles all major hours calculation methods.