A reimagined time-clock experience amid social distancing and beyond. Sonarax’s alternative to human touch using mobile phones
A reimagined time-clock experience amid social distancing and beyond.
An alternative to human touch using mobile phones
HR managers and CFOs managing workforce attendance systems that rely on using fingerprint or other touch mechanisms during the Coronavirus pandemic, face difficult organizational challenges. Meeting their organization’s need for accurate employee work time recording while complying with social distancing regulations is not simple. As well as prepare for responding in the future to growing awareness and concern for the hygiene of multiple use surfaces.
Sonarax’s ultrasonic touchless connectivity solution using employees’ mobile phones answers these challenges allowing for adherence to coronavirus-era public health safety regulations, while maintaining business continuity and on-premise security for all biometric-fingerprint or keypad-pushbuttons schemes. Instead of tapping a personal employee code ID or placing a finger or hand on a biometric attendance reader, Sonarax’s solution relies only on the users’ mobile phones.
The beauty of this solution is that it doesn’t require the ripping out and replacing existing systems. The ultrasonic solution integrates both to your hardware device as well as to your organization’s software mobileApps or online systems. This means that the implementation of the solution is quick and doesn't break your CAPAX budget nor interrupts your business continuity. It allows for keeping the same business process workflows and simply replaces hands with mobile devices to communicate with your systems.
Sonarax’s ultrasonic ID’s are coded “silent” audio messages that are sent from a mobile phoneApp to any electronic attendance time-keeping system. As a person holding a mobile phone nears the corresponding electronic device requiring the employeeID via manual handling of a magnetic card, a biometric fingerprint or a pushbutton keypad, the mobile phone sends (or ‘plays’) an audio (ultrasonic) code that essentially is the virtual ID.
Because the code is communicated in the form of sound waves, the ID information transforms the message into a personalized, controlled key. Unlike a password or pass coded number, a physical key or keycard, an ultrasonic employee ID is always virtual and can never be copied, shared, lost or stolen; it will simply be deleted and replaced.