Save time & money with a smart card

Time & Attendance clocking station

Simple to use, innovative and designed for your working environment. Our An all-in-one, Smart Card Time & Attendance recording workstation incorporates; job booking, job costing, labour hours analysis and security management including quality CCTV playback


Fast, secure, feature packed

Time & Attendance system

Smart cards, optional biometrics, large colour LCD and intuitive software all provide the fastest and safest method of recording your employees time & attendance.


Benefits for all business, from Accountants to Zoo Keepers

The state of the art system will dramatically improve your HR and security management with features that give you irrefutable control over Time & Attendance, working patterns rules, the EU working time regulations and the EU road transport directive regulations.


Fast, accurate and easy-to-use system to record employees' hours of working and site security.

A complete smart card time and attendance system including European Working Time Directive checking and reporting, ensuring that your company remains compliant with both regional and national legislation.


Lloyds Banking Group investing in Edinburgh tech hub

Lloyds Banking Group is investing in a new tech hub in Edinburgh, creating 500 vacancies and boosting the bank’s digital performance. 

The planned hub will play a big part in transforming the "digital experience" for the Bank of Scotland, Lloyds Bank, Halifax and Scottish Widows customers.
The new roles will be in software engineering, and will be recruited for over the next 18 months. This is part of the bank’s longer-term £3 billion investment to improve their digital capabilities.
Philip Grant, chairman of Lloyds Banking Group's Scottish Executive Committee, said: "We're working with the industry to strengthen our tech-based talent pool in Scotland, which will not only benefit customers of Lloyds Banking Group, but support the development of technology, skills and talent in the fastest growing digital economy outside London.
"People's expectations are rising rapidly as they want the same experience they're used to with established digital brands.
"In our tech labs, we are designing what customers will need in the future, making products and services that can adapt to their lives and making it easier for them to connect with their finances."
Source: Insider
Moving into a new building is the perfect time to assess your current payroll system, specifically the way that you record employee attendance and their hours worked. This is particularly relevant since the European Union Court of Justice has recently ruled that EU members should order businesses to keep records of the exact hours worked by their full-time employees, in order to fully comply with the requirements of the Working Time Regulations.
Many companies, even in today’s high-tech world, still resort to weekly paper timesheets to record employee working hours. These have more downsides than they have advantages. 
For example, they are very easy for an unscrupulous employee to fake. If there is no way of monitoring employee attendance apart from their own self-reporting, then they can easily put in overtime or prime-time shifts that they didn’t actually do. 
Even an honest employee could forget exact details and fudge an entry. Inaccurate working hours could put you at risk of breaching the European Working Time Regulations rest rules.
Another example is the incredible amount of processing time that timesheets can cost payroll staff. They need to transfer often illegible handwriting individually onto Excel spreadsheets in order to convert it into data they can deal with for payroll. One typo could completely change an employee’s payslip for that month.
For accurate, trustworthy time recording which adheres the EU regulations, contact us today or book a demo. We’ll be happy to show you what our system can do.

Call us now on +44(0)1413 088695 to see how we can save you time and money