Ensuring that your customer’s staff and contractors are enrolled effectively is a no-brainer!
The enrolment process involved attending site at the start or end of each shift.
The project planning team work with the customer to build an enrolment schedule ensuring that all groups of employees and contractors were processed. To provide the best service possible means that we have to be prepared to visit the site at any time of the day, on any day of the week.
Once the bio-enrolment phase is completed, we then begin the bio-testing phase. This is very important because we then prove that each fingerprint uniquely identifies the employee or contractor as the Suprema device compares their fingerprint against all those registered.
I cannot stress highly enough the importance that the bio-enrolment and bio-testing phases have on the overall project. Implementing a biometric system smoothly and effectively requires the backing of all people involved, from the part-time staff to the board of directors. As each employee experiences how accurate and efficient the Suprema device functions, their faith in the system and trust in the overall solution will make the implementation much easier.
Duration: dependant on number of staff, between 1 and 15 days.
We are always looking at ways of improving the bio-enrolment phase and earlier this year we developed www.timeware.me as a multilanguage website for the employees of the businesses implementing the biometric timeware® workforce management solution.
The site currently provides a description about the biometric enrolment process and clarifies common concerns.
Languages supported include English, Polish, Latvian, Romanian, Ukrainian, Armenian, Urdu, Punjabi, Hungarian and Welsh!
We are currently developing a video to be accessed from this site that will provide a more detailed explanation of the process and will reaffirm just how secure that data is once captured.