Processing Point Introduces uAttend™, Web-based Time and Employee Attendance Software with Integrated Time Clocks

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Small businesses will benefit from plug n play wireless time clocks that send all data to the Internet in real time.

Processing Point, a recognized leader in developing affordable solutions for small businesses nationwide, announced the launch of the uAttend™ Employee Management System.

The uAttend system currently features two plug ‘n play time clocks that make managing online employee time and attendance simple. The CB1000 allows employees to clock in or out using a proximity card or a PIN number. The CB2000 also facilitates punches with a PIN or proximity card and also features a full color TFT monitor and plug ‘n play WIFI connectivity.

In addition to the time clocks, the uAttend system allows employees to punch in or out from any web-browser or telephone. All data is sent to web-hosted software in real time, which means small business owners can complete their payroll from any computer with Internet access.

The total cost of ownership for the uAttend System is a fraction of a traditional time clock. Additionally, both the CB1000 and CB2000 come with lifetime guarantees, which mean small businesses will never have to invest more in time clock hardware.

The uAttend System is available directly from Processing Point or from many reputable time and attendance dealers nationwide.

Processing Point anticipates the CB3000; a biometric time clock with Finger Print identification will be available in December 2010.

Compare employee attendance clocks to see the huge difference in price and services.

About Processing Point
Processing Point is a leader in providing innovative solutions to small businesses nationwide. Located in Carlsbad, CA USA, Processing Point delivers payment processing, time and attendance, and payroll services through a network of agents, dealers, and retailers. For more information and to compare features with others, visit


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