Running on Microsoft Windows workstations, Chroniker is an ideal solution for companies who need to track more than just clock ins/clock outs.
For example, Chroniker can prompt employees for location, category and sub-category of work they've performed.
This Windows-based timeclock solution works with several user interfaces for logging time, including:
Employees need never use a keyboard when logging hours. In fact, depending on how Chroniker is configured, most employees
Users clock in/out by scanning their Proximity card, swiping their magstripe ID card, scanning their fingerprint or typing in their employee number on a touchscreen.
Then, (depending on configuration) they make a few selections on the touch screen to choose the location and category of work performed. Employees may review hours they've logged with the touch of a button. An optional In/Out board provides real-time personnel status.
Use of these common ID technologies eliminates many of the problems other systems encounter--including lost punch cards, demagnetized badges, illegible barcodes and forgotten PIN numbers.
Although not required, touch screens provide an intuitive user interface, even for people who aren't familiar with computers. The software runs on Microsoft operating systems. It is an ideal solution for companies who need to track additional information beyond mere clock ins/clock outs.
The management console allows managers to configure scanning stations, manage user accounts, review current In/Out status and generate reports. Management reports and timecards are generated in PDF format to ensure universal readability.
Hardware requirements Chroniker works best when installed on PCs running in Windows 10 or higher, connected to a company's local area network.
Touch screen monitors are ideal for this application. However, standard monitors work fine, provided that users have access to a mouse.