The Top 15 Reasons To Use Biometric Technology In Workforce Management And Retail Point Of Sale – Reason #14 – Lower Costs

Blog Series – “The Top 15 Reasons To Use Biometric Technology In Workforce Management And Retail Point Of Sale”

Leading up to our participation in the National Retail Federation’s 2011 “Retail’s Big Show” from January 9 – 12 in New York city, M2SYS Technology is publishing a blog series on the top 15 reasons that biometrics is a smart choice for retail organizations to consider as an authentication technology in workforce management and retail point of sale applications.

In case you missed it, here are the links to our prior posts in the series:

Reason #1 – Stop Buddy Punching
Reason #2 – Increase Productivity
Reason #3 – Enhance Loss Prevention
Reason #4 – Establish Accountability
Reason #5 – Going Green
Reason #6 – Build Customer Loyalty
Reason #7 – Achieve Higher Return On Investment
Reason #8 – Airtight Access Control
Reason #9 – Solidify Role Based Security
Reason #10 – Boost Operational Efficiency
Reason #11 – Peace Of Mind
Reason #12 – Increase Speed
Reason #13 – PCI Compliance

And now on to our next post…

Reason #14 – Lower Costs

Biometric Technology Can Lower Costs For A Business

If you have been following our series on how biometric technology can help business owners, undoubtedly you are starting to understand its inherent value that it beings to workforce management and retail point of sale environments.  Adopting biometrics can pay both tangible and intangible dividends for those who invest in it and we have demonstrated several examples of how biometrics can benefit business owners from several different angles.

We briefly discussed that when you compare biometric technology to other point of service and workforce management technologies, it may not initially be the least expensive option, but has proved time and time again to provide higher return on investment, increased employee productivity and enhanced customer loyalty.

When a business owner elects to use biometric technology for time and attendance, they essentially draw a line in the sand that demonstrates their commitment to stop buddy punching, lower payroll inflation and boost employee productivity by eliminating unnecessary time spent clocking in/out and reconciling paper timesheets.  Biometric solutions not only eradicate the costs associated with buddy-punching but also increase employee accountability with the provision of a concrete biometric audit trail, resulting in a more productive and efficient work staff.  Revolutionary biometric solutions have already drastically reduced administrative time and overall costs associated with traditional time-clock methods for companies using solutions from leading work-force management software providers.

As we discussed in an earlier post, if a business owner establishes a biometric identification system as part of their return policy, they are also helping to cut waste and fraud from employees and customers who take advantage of otherwise antiquated policies and technologies that can be exploited.  Biometrics is a key strategy to eliminate the costs associated with return fraud.

Learn More On How Biometric Technology Can Help Your Business Cut Costs

We pride ourselves in being a company that places biometric education and training as pillars of our corporate strategy.  Our #1 goal is to educate our customers, Integrators, Partners and prospects about the benefits of biometrics and how the technology works.  If an end user decides to use pursue the use of biometric technology for their business then we are happy to provide pricing on a customized system to meet their unique needs.  If they instead decide to use something else, we take solace in the fact that they walked away smarter about the characteristics of biometric technology.

Stay tuned for tomorrow’s wrap up post on our series and thank you for taking the time to educate yourself on how biometric technology can be a big benefit for workforce management and retail point of service!




John Trader (235 Posts)

John Trader is the Public Relations and Marketing Manager with M2SYS Technology, a recognized industry leader in biometric identity management technology. Headquartered in Atlanta, GA M2SYS Technology's mission is to pioneer the high-tech industry by delivering long-term value to customers, employees and partners through continued innovation and excellence in all aspects of our business. M2SYS continues to innovate, build and bring to market leading-edge biometrics solutions that revolutionize the industry and expand the applicability of biometrics technology in our marketplace. You can view their Web site at www.m2sys.com or contact them via e-mail at info@m2sys.com