TCMS V2

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Model: TA100

http://www.solunext. pt

Email: comercial@solunext.pt



BIOMETRICS

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What is Biometrics?

Is the science and technology of authentication
by measuring the person's physiological or
behavioral features


Fingerprint is one of the most common used
physiological characteristics


No two humans have ever been found to have
identical fingerprints, thus fingerprints are widely
believed to be unique

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Why Biometrics?

Security solutions are based on something you

know

-

PIN, password

have

-

Key, smart card

are

-

Self, biometrics


The best combination of security and
convenience involves biometrics.



FINGERPRINT

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Why Fingerprint?

Reliable

Unique

Cost Saving

Identification

Convenience

Acceptance

Why

Fingerprint?

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Benefits of Fingerprint

Improve

Discipline /

Punctuality

Higher Security

Level

Increase

Productivity

Eliminates

Buddy Clocking

Irrefutable Audit

Trails Reports /

No Argument

Eliminates

Cards / No

recurrence cost

Benefits

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Comparison of Systems

Punch Card
Machine

Card Access

Fingerprint

(TA100 Series)

Fraud
Punching

YES

YES

NO

Stolen /

Transferable

YES

YES

NO

Hidden Cost

YES

YES

NO

Short Life
Span

YES

YES

NO

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Comparison of Systems

Punch Card
Machine

Card Access

Fingerprint

(TA100 Series)

Link To
Computer

NO

YES

YES

Time Saved

NO

YES / NO

YES

Ease
Calculation

NO

YES / NO

YES

Low
Maintenance

NO

YES / NO

YES

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Delivering Peace of Mind

Touch
-
and
-
go concept [Easy
and Convenient]

High security and reliable

Affordable without hidden
costs

High return on investment

High value and low
maintenance expenses



Model: TA100

TA100 SERIES

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Features

Can cater for up to 1500
fingerprint templates

Equipped with voice greeting

Storage capacity of 100,000 transactions

Fast fingerprint identification time

[<= 2 secs]

False acceptance rate of less than 0.0001%

Easy to install and setup, emphasize on DIY
concept

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Suitable for the following industries:

Retail outlets

Offices

Restaurants

Schools

Hotels

Factories

Security guard tour places

And others ….

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Time Attendance System

TCMS V2

FingerTec
®

TA100 Series

System Integration



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Benefits of TCMS V2

Generate raw

data report

Manage multiple

Fingertec
®

Readers

Export

transactions

Download

transactions

Irrefutable Audit

Trails Reports / No

Argument

Backup user

fingerprints

TCMS V2

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Features of TCMS V2

Produces the following report:

Time & Attendance


Overtime report


Lateness report


Early out report


Rest day & Off day report


Leave report


Absenteeism report


Failed to clock in/out report


Transaction report

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CORRECTION REPORT

The Correction Report is a report to indicate outstanding clocking activities
for admin personnel to take corrective measures.

TARDINESS REPORT

The Tardiness Report is a report showing daily activities of a staff detailing
lateness and overtime taken.

OVERTIME APPROVAL WORKSHEET

The Overtime Approval Worksheet reveals the worksheet of a user and
approval given for that particular person for working overtime.

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY

The Attendance Summary is a summarized report of staff attendance.

DAY BY DAY ANALYSIS

The Day by Day Analysis is a report of attendance summarized daily.

MONTH BY MONTH ANALYSIS

The Month by Month Analysis is a report of attendance summarized by
month.

ON LEAVE REPORT

The On Leave Report is a report listing of leaves that have been taken by
staff.

ELECTRONIC TIME CARD

The Electronic Time Card is a report of detailed activities of a staff in a
month.

DAILY ATTENDANCE LISTING

The Daily Attendance Listing is a listing of staff attendance based on the
date required.

DUTY CALENDAR

The Duty Calendar is a calendar of workday holiday, restday and offday
based on a specified group.

ATTENDANCE SHEET

The Attendance Sheet is a comprehensive report detailing activities of all
staff in a month.

GROSS WAGES REPORT

The Gross Wages Report is the gross calculation of worked hours of all
staff based on their pay rate.

STAFF MOVEMENT ANALYSIS

The
Staff Movement Analysis

is a transaction record of individual staff by
user ID.

TERMINAL ACTIVITY

REPORT

The
Terminal Activity

Report is a transaction record of staff by reader.

TERMINAL TRANSACTION LISTING

The Terminal Transaction Listing is a record of all transaction data
downloaded from every reader.

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Minimum PC Requirements

Microsoft Windows 98
Second Edition,
Windows Millennium,
Windows 2000 and
Windows XP

At least
256 MB
RAM

Pentium III 450 MHZ

Disk free

space

at
least

250 MB



Product FAQs

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Product FAQs

1.
Do FingerTec® readers meet international standards?

FingerTec® readers comply with FCC (Federal

Communications & Commission) and CE

(Conformité Européene akan European

Conformity) .

2.
How many fingerprints can I enroll in one reader?

Each reader can store enrollment of up to 1,500 fingerprint templates
(
Model TA102
). Assuming each user enrolls one fingerprint, a reader
can store up to 1,500 users. If each user enrolls two fingerprints, a
reader can contain 750 users.


3.
If my company has more than one reader, do I have to
perform enrollment in all of the readers in order to use them?

No. You only need to enroll once in a reader and the saved fingerprint
template can be uploaded to other readers through PC.

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Product FAQs

4.
If I hurt the enrolled finger, would I still be able to scan it?

Assuming that the injury is severe:

a.
You can use your backup finger to scan, if you have 2 fingers
enrolled.

b.
You can use your password to clock in, if password is enrolled.

If the injury is minor, you can use 1:1 method to clock in.



5.
If I have trouble scanning my finger, what should I do?

a.
Dry your finger if it is wet. Wet finger could disrupt readings.

b.
Moisturize your finger if it is too dry, particularly for those who are
working in air conditioned environment.

c.
Use 1:1 scanning method rather than 1:N method.


6.
In a case where I cannot enroll any of the 10 fingers, what
should I do?

In this extreme case, you can still enroll using password instead of a
fingerprint.

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Product FAQs

7.
In case of a power failure, can a reader still function?

a.
Yes, if the reader is wired to a backup power supply pack. The
standard standby time for a power supply pack is 3
-
5 hours,
depending on the usage.

b.
No, if the reader is not wired up to a backup power supply pack.


8.
What happen to the stored transactions, fingerprint
templates and data on the reader when a power failure
occurs?

All stored information will remain safe in the reader and can be used
as usual as soon as the power resumes.



9.
What if the transaction storage reaches its maximum
capacity?


a.
The reader will still store the most recent transactions and will
discard the earliest transactions on record, once it reaches its
30,000 transactions buffer.

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Product FAQs

b.
A user can be alerted by a warning sound being set inside a reader.


c.
A user can download the transactions from the reader using
software and the software will automatically clear the transaction
buffer.


10.
Can the software be integrated with any payroll system?

Yes. It can be integrated with any payroll systems that can accept
import of Excel or text file.


11.
Can TCMS V2 be integrated with other third party Time and
Attendance software?

The data from TCMS V2 can be exported to Excel or text file format
and be exported to third party Time and Attendance system.


12.
What are the basic reports that the software generate?
The
TCMS V2 is able to generate a 6
-
columns report which includes
Clock
-
In, Clock
-
Out, Lunch
-
In, Lunch Out, Break and OT reports.

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