Biometric Time Attendance System Tracks the Clock Tick

Ahmedbad, India (PressExposure) September 16, 2009 -- Biometrics is a major growing field in today’s world especially in the area of security. Aditech JustLook considering the customer’s requirement provided an application, called ‘Time Attendance System’ based on face recognition system. To get rid of the conventional process of tracking the individual’s attendance, Aditech JustLook is offering its customers a device which can track one’s attendance in an automatic way.

Now people do not have to even touch the device in order to mark the presence as, Time Attendance System is based on ‘touch me not’ technology. Along with this, Aditech JustLook is providing you many other benefits:

* Tracking attendance at a very fastest and safest rate. * Installation and usage becomes very easy. * Tracking of time using a very cost effective way. * Efficient way of tracking attendance. * No need to punch into the system anymore. * Customizable according to the user’s requirement. * It can be used to manage payroll system. * It also records time attendance details for future reference.

It captures the various face details of a person and based on that after performing the matching process it grants the rights. Aditech JustLook provided a best possible way to provide security in the arena of biometrics. In addition with this, payroll of employees can also be calculated on a weekly/monthly/yearly basis.

Keeping in mind that customer satisfaction is its major objective, Aditech JustLook is providing a totally customizable product. So that it can meet the user’s criteria.

For any further details regarding the product and its services visit the official website and for any guidance needed contact at

About Aditech Infotech

Aditech JustLook is a biometric solution provider based company. It is known for its face recognition devices in the field of security. Based on its touch me not technology it is leading the web world.

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Press Release Submitted On: September 16, 2009 at 9:16 am
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