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1 Training Presentation

2 Chapter 01 CONFIGURING FINGERTEC TERMINALS

3 FingerTec offers 4 types of communication methods. Choose the preferred methods between FingerTec terminals and TCMS v2 To configure your FingerTec terminals: – TCP/IP (LAN) > Set Device ID > Set IP address > Determine Subnet mask and Gateway in terminal > Enable Ethernet. – RS232 or RS485 > Set Device ID > Set Baudrate in terminal > Enable either RS232 or RS485 – Wireless LAN (WiFi) > Set the WiFi configurations > Enable WiFi – USB Flash Disk > Set Device ID in terminal, absence of the ID, TCMS would not recognize data you transfer from the USB. After configuring the preferred method in the terminal, restart terminal to allow settings to take effect Chapter 01 CONFIGURING FINGERTEC TERMINALS Choosing Communication Methods Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

4 Where to find the software installer? – Available in the software CD packaged with the terminal – Download from tips.fingertec.com or user.fingertec.comtips.fingertec.comuser.fingertec.com Important: TCMS can only be installed in Microsoft Windows platform. For Windows Vista and Windows 7, use “Run Administrator” to start the installation process. Before proceed to installation, make sure that you have all the Product Keys, Activation Codes and Serial Numbers of the product ready. Chapter 01 CONFIGURING FINGERTEC TERMINALS Installing TCMS V2 Software Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

5 To go to FingerTec Terminal Setup where the setup of FingerTec terminals is accomplished, you need to open the TCMS V2, press device > FingerTec Terminal Setup Set the following in the page: ID - This is the identification number of the terminal, very important for the software to recognize the origin of the transferred data Model - Choose the terminal models from the drop down menu. Connections - TCP/IP for TCP/IP or WiFi connection - COM 1~6 for Serial Communications - USB for transfer of data using USB Flash Disk - USB Client, exclusively for TA300 - FRIS, only applicable to FRIS 2 database server - WEB, only applicable when using Webster Baudrate - Only applicable to serial communications, choose the corresponding baudrate IP Address - Choose the IP address for TCP/IP connection Port - Insert 4370 to signal PC firewall to establish a connection to the terminal Chapter 01 CONFIGURING FINGERTEC TERMINALS Syncing TCMS V2 and Terminals Enable connection by checking the box on the far left, the software will connect to the terminal and will ask for the serial number. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

6 Chapter 02 BASIC SETTINGS OF THE TCMS V2

7 This information is crucial to fill in as this information will be displayed at the bottom of every report produced by the TCMS V2. Improper configuration would result in the report having no company name or wrongly identified. Chapter 02 BASIC SETTINGS OF TCMS V2 Configuring Company Info and Password Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

8 Password is important to limit the software access Two types of password: – LOGIN: This password allows access to viewing of Attendance Sheet and User Records as well as monitoring of terminal activities and printing of all reports. – ADMINISTRATOR: This password is the highest authority and a person having this password could carry out all operations and have full access to the software. Only administrator is allowed to change the password to software access. Chapter 02 BASIC SETTINGS OF TCMS V2 Configuring Company Info and Password Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

9 These settings are shown in all data and reports. Therefore, choose the formats accordingly – Date format: Choose your company’s preference – Time Format: Choose between12hour (AM/PM) or 24hour military time (eg. 11pm is 23:00) – Time Format: Choose between hh:hh (eg.12:30pm is 12:50) and hh:mm (12:30pm is 12:30) Chapter 02 BASIC SETTINGS OF TCMS V2 Configuring Date/Hour Format & Terminal Date/Time Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

10 Chapter 02 BASIC SETTINGS OF TCMS V2 Configuring Date/Hour Format & Terminal Date/Time It is crucial that the time between the terminal and TCMS is synchronized By default, the time follows your PC time, therefore make sure the PC time is accurate Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

11 TCMS allows data to be automatically downloaded from the terminals. 2 ways to do it: – Seconds/Minutes: TCMS only downloads data according to the times specified in the fields for example at 10:00am and 6:00pm as shown in the screenshot. – Timers: TCMS only downloads data at a specific time for example every 300 seconds or every 10 minutes after clocking time. Chapter 02 BASIC SETTINGS OF TCMS V2 Configuring Automatic Download Interval This feature is important for installation of terminals in multiple locations. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

12 Department and Section are two important categorizations in a company. Department is a larger unit and section is a smaller unit in a department. For example Sales Department has a South East Asia Section, Europe Section, North America Section while a Technical Department has Repair Section, Email Support Section, etc. Define the departments and sections accordingly. Password is optional, for department managers to view the data and print specific reports. Ignore the User ID field. By defining departments and sections, you can filter information efficiently. Chapter 02 BASIC SETTINGS OF TCMS V2 Configuring Sections & Departments Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

13 What is Remark? Explanation of Attendance Workcode: A specific number to explain attendance for example 10 for traffic jam, 12 for attending training, 14 is for meeting supplier, etc TCMS V2 offers a maximum of 99 workcodes. Terminal audit list will display the workcode for example User 0003432, 1:42pm, Code 12: Attending training. This means that the user is late because he attended a training. There are 4 default codes in TCMS V2: 00 for Check In, 01 for Check Out, 04 for Overtime, 05 for Done. These 4 default codes are not important to TCMS but they are crucial when you are using a third party software. Chapter 02 BASIC SETTINGS OF TCMS V2 Configuring Remark Section Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

14 Chapter 03 USER MANAGEMENT

15 This page is dedicated to managing user information including: – Full name of a user as stated in an official ID. – Username to be displayed in the terminal during verification – Department that he/she belongs to – User Privilege for example Supervisor, Administrator, Enroller or User – Password – Card ID Chapter 03 USER MANAGEMENT Managing Users There are 4 features made available (Explanation in the next 4 slides) Download User – Download and store user information into TCMS V2 Update User – Update user information to terminal(s) Delete User (Terminal) – Delete users in the specific terminal Delete User (Software) – Delete users in the software By having these information complete, data sorting, checking and analysis is made easier in the future. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

16 After you have setup software and enrolled users into the terminal(s), download all users from the terminal(s) into the software. This step is important as backup to the data that has been inserted into the terminal(s). Click Download User > Select Terminal ID to download > Select Users to Download > Check all data fields > Apply The number shown in the Fingerprint and Face column indicates the number of fingerprint or face enrolled by the particular user(s). Chapter 03 USER MANAGEMENT Downloading Users Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

17 After all information has been inserted into the main page, now you are ready to update to all terminal(s). Click Update User > Select Terminal ID to update > Select User IDs to Update > Check all data fields > Apply You can update more than one terminal at a time by selecting the terminal ID button. To limit access to certain users, block that users from accessing a certain terminal by not including his/her name during the update process. Ignore a certain field that is not related to the terminal you want to update for example Face for R2. Chapter 03 USER MANAGEMENT Updating User Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

18 There are two ways to delete users: 1. Delete from terminal(s) – User information in the terminal(s) will be deleted but the information is still available in the software. Click Delete User (Terminal) > Select Terminal ID > Select User ID to Delete > Select Data Field to Delete > Apply 2. Delete from software – To delete user information completely from the software and this can only be done after you have removed the user(s) from any terminals. Click Delete User (PC) > Select Terminal ID > Select User ID to Delete > Select Data Field to Delete > Apply Chapter 03 USER MANAGEMENT Deleting Users Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

19 Chapter 04 TIME ATTENDANCE SETTINGS

20 Chapter 04 TIME ATTENDANCE SETTINGS Setting of Clocking Schedules & Group Duty Roster Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

21 THESE SETTINGS ARE IMPORTANT FOR TIME ATTENDANCE CALCULATION. 1. CLOCKING SCHEDULES – They are predefines working time attendance calculation logic applicable for weekly, daily or flexi-work schedules. TCMS V2 offers 1000 clocking schedules. 2. GROUP DUTY ROSTERS – This is a monthly calendar that displays annual working schedules. Each group is entitled to a multiple clocking schedules of up to 3 schedules. Users with similar working times and scenarios are placed under the same group. TCMS V2 allows a maximum of 1000 groups. Chapter 04 TIME ATTENDANCE SETTINGS Setting of Clocking Schedules & Group Duty Roster Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

22 CLOCKING 1.There are 3 types of clocking schedules: Weekly, Daily and Flexi. 2.Weekly schedules are the most commonly used, as they are suitable for normal offices and factories. 3.There are 6 clocking slots available for configuration (IN, Break, Resume, Out, OT, Done) 4.There are 7 days in a week to be configured as workday, restday or offday. 5.Insert the predefined time table into the schedule(s) 6.OT-Done slots can be considered as normal working hour, instead of OT. RANGE Range page is to configure the update and display of user clocking time on Attendance Sheet. Chapter 04 TIME ATTENDANCE SETTINGS Setting of Clocking Schedules - Weekly Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

23 SETTINGS 1.Set clocking rules in this page, this setting will affect all users assigned under the same schedules or the same group duty rosters 2.Detailed explanation is available here or in TCMS V2 manual page 34. Chapter 04 TIME ATTENDANCE SETTINGS Setting of Clocking Schedules - Weekly Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

24 Chapter 04 TIME ATTENDANCE SETTINGS Setting of Clocking Schedules - Daily Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

25 CLOCKING 1.Settings are only available for workdays. 2.This schedule is applicable to factories with different working shifts. 3.Insert the predefined working time table into the schedule (2|4|6 clocking slots) 2 clocking slots – IN | OUT 4 clocking slots – IN | BREAK | RESUME | OUT 6 clocking slots – IN | BREAK | RESUME | OUT | OT | DONE 4. OT-Done slots can be considered as normal working hour, instead of OT. RANGE Range page is to configure the update and display of user clocking time on Attendance Sheet. SETTING The setting page is similar as the weekly clocking schedules. Chapter 04 TIME ATTENDANCE SETTINGS Setting of Clocking Schedules - Daily Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

26 Chapter 04 TIME ATTENDANCE SETTINGS Setting of Clocking Schedules - Flexi Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

27 CLOCKING 1.Settings are available for flexible working schedules only. 2.This schedule is applicable for companies who have flexi-working hours and part time workers with hourly wages. 3.Insert the predefined working time table into the schedule (2|4|6 clocking slots) 2 clocking slots – IN | OUT 4 clocking slots – IN | BREAK | RESUME | OUT 6 clocking slots – IN | BREAK | RESUME | OUT | OT | DONE 4. OT-Done slots can be considered as normal working hour, instead of OT. RANGE Range page is to configure the update and display of user clocking time on Attendance Sheet. SETTING Overtime calculation for OT is only applicable after for example, 8 hours of working completed. Chapter 04 TIME ATTENDANCE SETTINGS Setting of Clocking Schedules - Flexi Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

28 GROUP DUTY ROSTER is a monthly working calendar to display working schedules for 1 year. This feature supports: – Basic weekly schedules – 7 days periodic cycle, most commonly used by offices. – Multiple Shifts Per Day – Allowing workers to work more than 1 shift a day, common for factories – Rotational Shifts – Changing of shifts in rotation, applicable to factories and hypermarkets – Open Schedules - Allowing changing of shifts, applicable to factories and hypermarkets – Flexi Schedules Chapter 04 TIME ATTENDANCE SETTINGS Setting of Group Duty Rosters - Basic Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

29 GROUP DUTY ROSTER is a weekly working calendar to display working schedules for 1 year. -Basic settings is 7-day as a periodic cycle, repeating each week. -This setting is applicable to MOST OFFICES -To set or edit clocking schedule to be applicable for the group duty roster, click AUTO SCHEDULE button. -Define the schedule code into the column. Day Type is defined in clocking schedule page. Please don’t change the settings. Chapter 04 TIME ATTENDANCE SETTINGS Setting of Group Duty Rosters – Weekly Schedules Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

30 Mostly applicable in HYPERMARKETS OR FACTORIES with multiple shifts per day Employees can be assigned to any shifts, as the software will record attendance accordingly. An employee could use a maximum of 3 different working shifts in a day and the shifts cannot overlap one another. Chapter 04 TIME ATTENDANCE SETTINGS Setting of Group Duty Rosters – Open Schedules Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

31 Mostly applicable in FACTORIES where workers follow schedules 1 Employees can be assigned to any shifts, as the software will record attendance accordingly. An employee could use a maximum of 3 different working shifts in a day and the shifts cannot overlap one another. Chapter 04 TIME ATTENDANCE SETTINGS Setting of Group Duty Rosters – Rotational Shifts Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

32 Chapter 05 VIEWING ATTENDANCE & TRANSACTION LOGS

33 The attendance data is displayed on the main page when you click on “Attendance” Chapter 05 VIEWING ATTENDANCE & TRANSACTION LOGS Reading the Attendance Sheet Data is displayed differently in the attendance sheet. If you see: – Data in Black font = normal clocking activity (without fault) – Data in Red font = Clocking activity with fault (e.g. late to work, early out) – Data in bold font = Indicates data that has been edited by an administrator (To see original data, check the “Drag & Drop” column) – Data labelled Work, Overtime and Short = these are processed results calculated from clocking schedules, rules and group duty rosters. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

34 This step is important to make sure the changes you’ve made in clocking schedules, clocking rules, and group duty rosters take effect. To generate data – Select Dept / User ID > Date range > Check “Convert from data audit list” > Check “Keep user changed data” > Generate. “Convert from data audit list” is to tell the software to recalculate the data from the database “Keep user changed data”. This option enables you to keep manually inputted data when generating the attendance report. Without checking this box, all manually inputted data will be erased when generating the report. Chapter 05 VIEWING ATTENDANCE & TRANSACTION LOGS Generating Data Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

35 When an employee is absent to work or has taken leave, you can record it into the system by doing the following Click on: Attendance > Edit > Leave Taken > Define User ID > Select Date > Define Leave taken OR Attendance > Edit > Select User ID > Select Date > Click the Leave Column of the relevant user > Select Leave taken. Chapter 05 VIEWING ATTENDANCE & TRANSACTION LOGS Defining Leave Taken Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

36 If your company has a third party payroll, HR, or other systems, you can export FingerTec’s data in a format that is suitable for input into your third party system (XLS, TXT, or ODBC manager format) To export: Click Export > Select Dept/ User ID > Define Date Range > Select Export Details (list everyday attendance of user) or Export Summary (list total attendance of user within the date range) Chapter 05 VIEWING ATTENDANCE & TRANSACTION LOGS Exporting Attendance Data Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

37 Performing an export of attendance details will show you all the attendance logs of a user in a day. Chapter 05 VIEWING ATTENDANCE & TRANSACTION LOGS Exporting Attendance Details To export details: Click Attendance > Export > Export Details > Define Position > Define Size > Apply format > Select option > Select output file > Export Details Note: “Position” refers to the arrangement of data fields in the export file. “Size” refers to the length of the data field columns. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

38 When you export an attendance summary, the attendance of a single user will be summarized into one row of information. Chapter 05 VIEWING ATTENDANCE & TRANSACTION LOGS Exporting Summary To export summary: Click Attendance > Export > Export summary > Define Position > Define Size > Apply format > Select option > Select output file > Export Summary Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

39 The attendance sheet lists down the attendance records from the very beginning, and may cause the Attendance Sheet to lag and have a slow response. It is recommended that you perform housekeeping to send old records to History To send data to history: Click Attendance > Click To History > Define Date Range > To History You’ll find that the attendance sheet responds quicker now. The History Attendance Sheet works the same way as an Attendance Sheet. Chapter 05 VIEWING ATTENDANCE & TRANSACTION LOGS Housekeeping of Records Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

40 Chapter 06 THE OPERATIONS

41 Before you can view data in the attendance sheet (Chapter 5) you must first download the attendance records from FingerTec terminals. Chapter 06 THE OPERATIONS Data Download (using TCP/IP, RS32 or RS485) To download: Click Device > Download data from terminals You may also opt to use USB Flashdisk (see next slide) or and automatic download interval. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

42 To download attendance records into the attendance sheet using a USB flashdisk just plug the flashdisk into a PC, run the TCMS V2. You can then: – Download data already in the USB flashdisk – Download users already in the USB flashdisk – Upload user from the TCMS V2 into the USB flashdisk Chapter 06 THE OPERATIONS USB Flashdisk Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved. Note: Remember to delete the transaction logs from the terminals after downloading them into the USB flashdisk

43 The TCMS V2 provides an online monitoring page, in this case the Terminal Data Audit List, to monitor the door access activity online. Chapter 06 THE OPERATIONS Online Monitoring – Terminal Data Audit List From this page you are able to see who is reporting their attendance, which door is open, closed, or forced open, and sometimes these events are color coded: - Red Colour = Force Open - Green Colour = Door Open To view the terminal data audit list, Click on Device > Terminal Data Audit List > Online Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

44 The Terminal Data Audit List also works as a database to store transaction logs of users, and can be exported as a TXT file to be used in a third party system or software. Chapter 06 THE OPERATIONS Online Monitoring – Exporting Raw Data To export the data, Click Export > Define Users > Define Date Range > Define Format of export file > Define file name > Export Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

45 Monitoring Terminal Activities is similar to Terminal Data Audit List except that with Online Monitoring, the Photo ID of the user will pop up after verifying at the terminal; and There is a remote push button in the screen that allows you to unlock a restricted door by clicking on it. Chapter 06 THE OPERATIONS Online Monitoring – Monitoring Terminal Activities This page does not store old records, only current ones. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

46 This feature is for users who have already applied for their leave. You can assign the leave for the users so you do not need to update them later in the Attendance Sheet by clicking: Configuration > Staff Extended Leave Chapter 06 THE OPERATIONS Staff Extended Leave Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

47 This is an easy and fast method to change a user to another working group temporarily, without changing their group duty roster. Chapter 06 THE OPERATIONS Reschedule Staff Roster Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

48 You can backup the database into a ZIP file or restore it from a ZIP file into the software to be checked by clicking Configuration > Backup/Restore Database When restoring, you will be able to choose what kind of data you wish to restore. Chapter 06 THE OPERATIONS Backup & Restore Database You can opt to use the automatic backup timer to program your software to backup the database according to your pre-set timing. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

49 Chapter 07 OTHER FUNCTIONS

50 You can program your software to display two kinds of short messages: Public Short Messages – This short message is displayed all the time for all users (eg: Company will allow staff to leave early tomorrow) Private Short Messages – this short message is intended for only a specific person(s), and will appear when this person verifies at the terminal. Chapter 07 OTHER FUNCTIONS Instant Message Display (SMS) To set message: Click Device > Instant Messaged Display Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

51 This feature is only available in colour display models. You can change the wallpaper of your colour display terminal with your own picture design. Different size LCD screens accept different size pictures: – 3.5” LCD > 320 x 210 resolution – 8.0” LCD > 800 x 600 resolution To set your wallpaper: Click Device > Terminal Multimedia Management > Display Theme tab Chapter 07 OTHER FUNCTIONS Wallpaper Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

52 You can customize the screen saver of your terminal, and even opt to use a screen saver with your company logo on it. Again, this feature can only be used with colour terminals. To upload your advertistment: Click Device > Terminal Multimedia Management > Advertisement Pictures tab Chapter 07 OTHER FUNCTIONS Advertistment To view the accepted image resolution, go to previous slide. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

53 This feature is only available with colour terminals When you add a user photo to a user profile, the photo will pop up when the user verifies at the terminal. To add a user photo: Click Device > Terminal Multimedia Management > User Photo Tab Chapter 07 OTHER FUNCTIONS User Photo Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

54 This feature is only available in the i-Kiosk 100 Plus and Face ID 2 models. The camera in these models can capture the photo of the user each time the user verifies at the terminal. This photo will be attached with the user’s information and recorded in the transaction log if the verification is successful. If unsuccessful, the photo will be attached with the time of the unsuccessful verification. This feature can help you look back and see if any tail-gating incident or buddy-punching incident had happened. To view the captured pictures: Click Device > Terminal Management > Captured Photo tab Chapter 07 OTHER FUNCTIONS Captured Photo Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

55 The TCMS V2 has updates released on a regular basis. These updates are free for life. To get the latest updates: Connect PC to Internet > Run TCMS V2 > Click New Release > Click Connect Chapter 07 OTHER FUNCTIONS Software Updates The software will then connect to the TCMS V2 to get the latest update automatically. Note: If internet connection is not available, use the software installations CD and install a new version to update your TCMS. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

56 Chapter 08 SAMPLE REPORTS

57 Chapter 08 SAMPLE REPORTS Correction Report Indicates outstanding clocking activities for admin personnel to take corrective measures. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

58 Chapter 08 SAMPLE REPORTS Tardiness Report Report showing daily activities of staff detailing lateness and overtime taken. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

59 Chapter 08 SAMPLE REPORTS Overtime Approval Worksheet Worksheet of a user and approval given for that particular person for working overtime. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

60 Chapter 08 SAMPLE REPORTS Attendance Summary Summarized report of staff attendance. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

61 Chapter 08 SAMPLE REPORTS Day by Day Analysis Report of attendance summarized daily. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

62 Chapter 08 SAMPLE REPORTS Month by Month Analysis Report of attendance summarized monthly. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

63 Chapter 08 SAMPLE REPORTS On Leave Report Listing of leaves that have been taken by staff. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

64 Chapter 08 SAMPLE REPORTS Electronic Time Cards Report of detailed activities of a staff in a month. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

65 Chapter 08 SAMPLE REPORTS Daily Attendance Listing Listing of staff attendance based on the date required. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

66 Chapter 08 SAMPLE REPORTS Duty Calendar Calendar of workday holiday, rest day and off day based on a specified group. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

67 Chapter 08 SAMPLE REPORTS Attendance Sheet Comprehensive report detailing activities of all staff in a month. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

68 Chapter 08 SAMPLE REPORTS Gross Wages Report Gross calculation of worked hours of all staff based on their pay rate. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

69 Chapter 08 SAMPLE REPORTS Staff Movement Analysis Transactions record of individual staff by user ID. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

70 Chapter 08 SAMPLE REPORTS Terminal Activity Report Transactions record of staff by reader. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

71 Chapter 08 SAMPLE REPORTS Terminal Transaction Listing Record of all transactions data downloaded from every reader. Copyright © 2011 FingerTec Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.


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