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Pyramid Launches TimeTrax Bio Generation II
Date:5/6/2008

MERIDEN, Conn., May 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Pyramid Technologies (http://www.ptitime.com), an established leader in manufacturing Time and Attendance products, is launching the Pyramid TimeTrax Bio Generation II, an innovative biometric system that features a new and improved sensor for fingerprint reading. The first generation of Pyramid's TimeTrax Bio was released in January 2007. The new Generation II offers all the same features as its predecessor with one-touch time and attendance tracking for instantly identifying an employee by their unique fingerprint. The system eliminates swipe cards, badges, paper time cards, and costly buddy punching because employees punch in and out at the terminal with the swipe of a finger.

"We are excited to offer our customers the Pyramid TimeTrax Bio Generation II system. Our new and improved sensor has been engineered and fine-tuned to deliver quality fingerprint images," stated Manny DaSilva, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Pyramid Technologies. "In harsh work environments, fingers can be callused, or contain contaminants like grease or dirt that can change the reflective properties of the fingerprint. It takes a well-engineered scanner like the one Pyramid has engineered to handle any possible variations."

Pyramid TimeTrax Bio Generation II offers these convenient features:

-- Improved scanner for hard-to-read fingerprints

-- Biometric fingerprint-scanning technology to eliminate buddy punching

-- Ethernet, USB, or Serial connection to master computer

-- Accommodates 50-employee capacity, upgradeable to 6000 for Ethernet

version, and 75 employees (upgradeable to 150) for USB/Serial versions

-- Ethernet version is LAN and WAN compatible with multi-time zone

functionality and can work with an unlimited number of Pyramid TimeTrax

Ethernet terminals

-- Exporting compatibility with major payro
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