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Software Techniques Inc. Selects M2SYS Fingerprint Software to Meet Continuous Growth and Demand for Desktop Biometric Time & Attendance Solutions
Date:11/27/2007

Innovative Fingerprint Software Enhances Biometric Time Clock Security and

Improves Payroll Productivity Without Fingerprint SDK Development

ATLANTA, Nov. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- M2SYS Technology, an award-winning biometric fingerprint technology firm, announced today that Software Techniques Inc. has enhanced their TimeKRON PC-based time and attendance software by integrating M2SYS' Bio-SnapON(TM) solution.

Bio-SnapON(TM) allows companies to add biometric functionality to their software almost instantly, without affecting existing source code. This enabled Software Techniques to seamlessly interface biometric fingerprint technology with their TimeKRON solution with no additional development; immediately strengthening customer value.

The addition of another leading time and attendance software provider to M2SYS' list of strategic partners shows the growing demand for PC-based biometric time and attendance software. Instead of costly biometric wall mounted time clocks or old fashioned manual time sheets, companies such as Software Techniques can offer their customers the convenience and complete control of utilizing Bio-SnapON(TM), which eliminates buddy punching and improves profitability.

"Many companies don't have the budget for expensive wall-mounted biometric time-clock units," explained Michael Trader, President of M2SYS. "With Bio-SnapON(TM), time and attendance software providers like Software Techniques can immediately offer an affordable, PC-based biometric time-clock solution without the hassle of fingerprint SDK integration."

"Due to M2SYS' reputation for innovative biometric technology and the simplicity of Bio-SnapON(TM), we saw it as a no-brainer," states Cynthia Chaney, Channel Sales Manager of Software Techniques. "After testing Bio-SnapON(TM), we were amazed by the speed with which we were able to add biometric features to our application."

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