Advanced Time, Attendance and Access Control management with a powerful bi-directional interface to a range of Biometric Clock Terminals with Card, Fingerprint and Facial Recognition as identification.  Clocks are updated automatically with Employee details, Transfers and Work Hours.  Timecards are pulled from the Terminals based on a predefined Schedule, with Alerts and Workflows which can be used to handle Timesheet Review, Edit and Approval.

Enrollment of new biometric clock users is done directly from Interact HRMS software over the web  or the LAN/WAN to the Time Clock where the user will place his/her fingerprint or swipe his/her proximity or Mifare card.

Time clocks can be deployed with Access Control functionality whereby entrances (doors) can be setup with specific access rights for particular users only.  The doors will open only if a user authorized in the HRMS solution is attempting to access with his/her fingerprint or proximity card.  Users can also be recognized through facial recognition with certain terminals.

Time clocks can contain thousands of templates.  All time clocks can be managed remotely, with powerful reporting.  Time clocks can either contact the server application independently or the server can contact the time clocks to poll the time transactions.

Some time clocks are available with function keys and specific codes. 

All data flows seamlessly from the HRMS to the Time Clocks (for new enrollments or cancellation of access for specific users), and vice versa whereby Time Clock transactions (Clock In and Clock Out) data is obtained from the Time Clock by the server based Interact HRMS software.

Once raw In/Out data has been collected the data will be reviewed and approved by supervisors before being posted to payroll.  The application will be able to calculate and determine the number of regular hours, overtime hours, rest day overtime, holiday overtime and other types of overtime and highlight any and all exceptions in a report and in the key time attendance forms. Polling of data can happen automatically through a periodically (weekly, daily or hourly) scheduled service which contacts the time clocks and reads the required data.