Published on 2 March, 2015
The solution uses the benefits of an automatic biometric system to efficiently manage a dynamically altering workforce
Suprema announced the deployment of a biometric time and attendance solution across Caribou Coffee chains in the United Arab Emirates. The project involves management of more than 300 employees across 50 locations throughout the region by automating the process of manual data capturing.
Al-Sayer Holding, a major trading company in charge of Caribou Coffee’s aggressive global growth strategy in the Middle East and Turkey, was looking for an automated method for data collection. The preexisting method of manual time & attendance data capturing posed a number of problems such as unreliability, backtracking issues, and difficulties in further processing. A solution in which data can be collected automatically with the ability to integrate with the internal resource management software was required.
BioLite Net is a compact IP fingerprint terminal with access control and time & attendance features. The device is highlighted by IP65 rated protection against dust and water which makes it suitable for both indoor & outdoor use. The device features simple user interface for quick easy access to the device and is ideal for applications that require basic user interaction and a variety of installation environments
The solution will collect reliable data that will be centralised in the corporate office and uses the benefits of an automatic biometric system to efficiently manage a dynamically altering workforce.