We are the industry experts in time attendance and workforce management solutions.
We believe in providing a better way of doing what our competitors can’t and our combined solutions offer the flexibility, innovation, software and support your need to manage your people and customer data much more efficiently.
Our goals are to set benchmarks in the industry and give new and existing clients the full benefits of the Biopanel hardware and solutions.
November 20, 1888, Willard Le Grand Bundy invented the first influential time clock.The Bundy Key Recorder was a mechanised time recorder which comprised of several type-wheels which were controlled by a clock movement.
In the same year Dr. Alexander Dey, created the Dey’s Dial Recorder, a time keeping machine which had employees’ allocated numbers marked around a large dial on the front of it.
1894 and Daniel M Cooper invented the world’s first clock card attendance time recorder, which he called the Rochester Recorder.
Then came IBM. In 1911 they created their Time Recorder Division and by the 1920s most factories and offices were using time recorder machines as a replacement for handwritten logs.
Their first time card recorders were simply a wooden case with a spring-driven clock and a type-wheel, and were manually wound print registration devices. Making sure the ‘IN’ and ‘OUT’ print was in the correct daily column was also controlled manually.
In 1958, IBM sold off its Time Recorder Division to the Simplex Time Recorder Company.
In 1979 the first punched-card system to be linked to a Z80 microprocessor was developed.
By late twentieth century, time clocks started to move away from the mechanical machines to computer based.
Biometric timekeeping emerged to provide a newer means of tracking work hours and Biopanel develop solutions to offer the flexibility, innovation, software and support your need to manage your people and customer data more efficiently.
Choose the Biopanel modules you need and connect your people and processes like never before.