Time attendance system for small companies

Small companies which employ less than 50 workers represent a dynamic industry segment, who has the highest rate of employment. Usually evolved from small, family businesses, with increasing number of employees, these companies developed necessity to monitor the employees’ presence and initial analysis of work and engaged workers.

Since information technology became absolutely necessary for modern business, the electronic time attendance system represents the ideal solution for following reasons:

  • Hiring  additional staff in human resources department becomes unnecessary.
  • A possibility to keep a record of the employees’ presence.
  • Calculating salaries becomes easier and more precise, even for companies in which employees work in shifts, even when shifts overlap.
  • Provides accurate staff analysis, in order to enable redistribution of employees with maximum efficiency.

Depending on the necessity  and available conditions for installation, it’s possible to choose between two types of time attendance system less than 50 employees.


evidencija-radnog-vremena-startThe AIS START system is designed for companies employing  less than 50 workers. It consists of one reader, which may be used for reading in both direction and software installed on the local computer. For transferring data to PC USB cable is used. Implementing AIS Start system is very easy, since it works on batteries, it requires no cable. Fully charged battery allows  few months on the stand-by regime. Battery life depends on number of performed readings. Read more>>









twr_pocetnaTotal Wireless Reader System is an innovative system designed for access control and time and machine work attendance. This is a unique system without any cables and power supply.It is powered by an integrated battery and communicates via RF waves. In particular is that the battery should not be changed but an integral part of the device. Total lifetime of Wireless Reader is 10 years of inactivity or one milion ID reading cycle including the sending of. Read more >>