uAttend Interviewed for its Facial Recognition Time Clocks
uAttend, one of the fastest growing workforce management solutions providers in the United States, was featured in yet another top-rated publication. Its latest line of facial recognition time clocks was noted in an article on a leading HR news and resource website, Workforce.com. This is just another sign that uAttend is making waves on the employee time and attendance management scene with its innovative workforce management solutions.
In one of its recent posts, Workforce.com discussed how employers are turning to biometric technology in increasing numbers to streamline their time and attendance. The news site, which is one of the foremost sources of HR trends and the latest HR information, explained why businesses are turning toward solutions like uAttend’s facial recognition biometric employee time clocks.
The COO of Processing Point, Andrew Newby, and the owner of Greathouse Screen Printing, Shawn Greathouse, were both interviewed for the article regarding uAttend’s facial recognition software system.
The uAttend™ Employee Management System boasts some of the best workforce management solutions available today. Not only is uAttend cutting edge and highly advanced, but it is also easy to implement and simple to use. In addition, it is extremely cost-effective. Plain and simple, uAttend’s biometric time clocks are built to address the time and attendance needs of all small and medium-sized enterprises.
Processing Point recently launched uAttend’s state-of-the-art facial recognition time tracking software to further bolster its popular line of biometric time keeping systems. These biometric systems are in high demand due to their ease of use and the affordability they provide for small and medium-sized business owners.
The continued recognition of Processing Point and uAttend by major news players has strengthened our resolve to provide cost-effective and reliable workforce management solutions for business organizations. To learn more about uAttend facial recognition employee time clocks, please visit http://www.uAttend.com.