FingerTecUSA will be attending the ISC East Conference in New York City on October 30-31, 2012, where it will showcase its access control fingerprint timeclocks.
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FingerTecUSA will be present at the upcoming ISC East Conference, the largest annual security convention in the Northeast United States. The fingerprint timeclocks manufacturer, which is available online at http://www.FingerTecUSA.com, will be located at booth 1843 in the JavitsCenter on October 30-31, 2012. At the event, the company will be spotlighting the security features of its biometric time clocks and representatives will be available to explain the various benefits its products offer.
“We’re pleased to be able to attend this prestigious security symposium because the ISC East Conference will bring together important people in the industry. Not only will we be able to network with other dealers, but we’ll also be able to meet with the top security experts at companies that can truly benefit from our employee clock in software, making this an event that is uniquely suited for FingerTec USA,” said Ryan King, a technical manager for the fingerprint timeclocks retailer.
Businessmen that attend the conference will be able to learn about multimedia biometric time clocks such as the FingerTec Q21, which combines attendance features with security advancements. The Q21 is equipped with multiple verification methods including fingerprint, password, and RFID card options. The attendance system allows employees to easily clock in for work and also acts as an effective door access system.
FingerTecUSA also offers customers other multimedia touch screen timeclock and door access systems, including the Face ID 4. This employee clock in software option offers fingerprint verification and can store up to 100,000 transactions and 3,000 fingerprint templates. It features eight function keys and a touch screen control panel with an integrated camera display. As an added benefit, this fingerprint timeclock also supports Wi-Fi and GPRS for fast and seamless transfers of data.
For customers who want a door access and attendance system that does not require a card, FingerTecUSA offers the FingerTec H2i biometric time clock. This employee clock in software uses a fingerprint algorithm and minutiae matching technique to identify individuals and to ensure that only authorized persons are admitted, which address concerns about the misuse of cards and keys. The fingerprint identification device can be used for security as well as for time tracking purposes.
“FingerTecUSA offers a variety of fingerprint timeclocks to ensure that we have something for the needs of every industry. We encourage conference attendees to find us on the floor at the ISC East Conference at booth 1834 to learn more about how they can improve their company security with our integrated employee time clock software and door access systems. We look forward to interacting with others in the business and to receive feedback for our products so that we can continue to provide the very best employee identification and security systems,” said King.
To learn more about FingerTecUSA and the biometric time clocks the company offers, visit the company online at http://www.FingerTecUSA.com or call 646-786-4714 to speak with a customer service representative. FingerTecUSA is also active on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/FingerTecUSA and on Twitter on http://twitter.com/FingerTecUSA, and it maintains a blog about security related biometric products at http://www.BiometricTimeClock.info.