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Remove the need for parents to send cash or cheques to school to pay for school dinners, clubs, trips, fees and other services. The cashless future is here and Synel offers the most comprehensive system in the UK market to manage cashless payments.
The world we are living has become even more dangerous with the rise of terrorist attacks in Europe and the racism attacks that take place in the wake of Brexit. The days of swiping a key card over a square reader to get into your school or unlock a lab are still here but the question remains…is that good enough anymore?
Uncertainty and lack of stability in the UK market creates a troublesome business environment for companies that does not help in terms of planning and pro-activeness…One of the biggest challenges in times of uncertainty is to keep profitability when environment and sale growth are not stable. Salaries and overtime cost monitoring are vital in such times…
Leisure and hospitality industry has great needs in terms of Time and Attendance management. Aspects like planning and monitoring different departments or organizing seasonal events in hotels and restaurants, like special celebrations, parties and receptions, require sophisticated and efficient workforce management.
Synel’s field service solution SYQR offers complete effective Workforce Management of mobile employees and reporting via smartphone. SYQR is leading the way to managing a mobile workforce from any location. The employees can use their smartphone to clock in and out of work from anywhere, allowing the managers to track attendance, activities, breaks, requests, absences and extract valuable data any time-anywhere.
You invested a lot in a new safe and secure access control systems that provides you with accurate control of who has access to a building or to special areas of the building and you want to keep it running efficiently.
The first thing you think when you refer to Access control is swiping badges through a card reader in order to open a locked door. The main function of access control is to prevent unapproved persons from entering a building or area, however the capabilities of the new high-tech systems can do much more than this.