Non-Profits Use MinuteHound's Latest Time Clock Software to Improve Data Reporting

Both for profit and non profit organizations use technology to the benefit and improved data efficiency.

New York, NY (PRWEB) January 02, 2014

MinuteHound, a leading time and attendance technology giant applying biometric fingerprint technology in a cloud-based format, announced the successful use of its systems by non-profit organizations to improve data reporting. Further, MinuteHound sponsors non-profits such as The Gear Foundation, whose efforts focus on helping and employing special needs adults. MinuteHound is being cited for its easy-to-use, affordable and powerful time and attendance solutions fit for unique needs.

Offering biometric time and attendance solutions to businesses of all sizes and in all industries, MinuteHound applies biometric fingerprint technology in a cloud-based format, allowing “live reporting” accessible from any internet connection across the globe. “Utilizing biometric fingerprint technology, MinuteHound time and attendance software improves data reporting in specific applications such as in the non-profit sector,” says a MinuteHound company representative. “Take, for example, one of our clients, Mr. Dave Krikac, who owns and operates a non-profit organization helping and employing special needs adults. Dave needed an easy-to-use, affordable and powerful time and attendance solution for his unique situation: A robust system to manage multiple locations.”

“We searched high and low for an easy system that we could use for our non-profit thrift store,” explains Dave Krikac, owner and founder of Our Thrift Store. “The challenge for us was that we had three different business locations in which young adults with disabilities needed to clock-in and clock-out from; they routinely clocked-in at one location and clocked-out at the next, so it had to be a complex system that had some power to it and be simple-to-use. That’s where MinuteHound came in and solved all of our problems.”

With a MinuteHound system in place, employees basically come over, press their finger on the biometric device and they’re clocked-in. The same applies when they want to go to lunch or clock-out at the end of a day, the system responding and informing them that they’ve clocked in or out successfully. The biometric time clock system is easy to use, simple to operate, and highly efficient.

Additionally, the affordability factor is a paramount one within the world of non-profits, and timekeeping applications are no exception. With no time cards to punch or inventory to keep, the MinuteHound system typically costs its clients just pennies a day without the hassle of learning curves, training or guidance due to the software’s plug-and-play characteristics and intuitive 128-bit data transfer encryption. The MinuteHound time and attendance system continues to represent an innovative portal for employees to clock-in and out with their finger while allowing managers to view employees’ attendance records in real time, 24 hours-a-day, seven days a week.

After employees simply place a finger on the MinuteHound fingerprint scanner, a patented process converts the print into an encrypted 128-bit number that is then fragmented into four secure servers on different continents across the world. Because the fingerprint is never stored unlike a traditional biometric time clock, it cannot be “reverse-engineered” or traced back to a single entity.

MinuteHound Contact Information
Website: http://www.MinuteHound.com
Email: info(at)MinuteHound(dot)com
Phone: (800) 351-7237