Access Control South Africa - Level 3

Biometric solutions examined and explained

Access Control South Africa - Let's take a look at the landscape

Access Control South Africa

Access Control South Africa - Trends

There have been massive developments

Access Control South Africa – In the following level we are going to look at what the local landscape looks like. There is a lot to learn about the developments happening in the world and at home.

The integration of biometric systems in South Africa is expected to maintain on a positive upward trend. The global industry is booming. Access control overall has experienced impressive advances in development over the past decade. according to studies, globally, the Biometric Access Control sector market is expected to reach R875 billion by 2025. 

Access Control Systems are developing daily and new advanced technologies are being integrated into South African industries across the board. Integrating and upgrading is the name of the game.

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The relationship between Access Control Systems and Time and Attendance

What do Access Control Systems in SA look like?

Access control and Time and Attendance in SA

The BCEA register is your first step for Time and Attendance in South Africa. The flaws with manual entry clock registry are countless and we would of course not recommend it.

Employees can write down clock times for each other and you have no way to control this. It may be an affordable solution, but you get what you pay for.

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Read more on Time and Attendance in SA here:
Access Control Systems - Encouraging SA to clock in
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Integration into a developing country

Out with the old and in with the new

The advantages of using Access Control Systems are definitely a point of interest when selecting your solution. 

South African companies have for too long wasted time and resources due to ineffective manual clock in systems. Manual clock in procedures simply leave too much room for error, a new approach must be adopted.

By switching from manual access control to biometric access control, not only do you improve productivity and prevent employee fraud, you also increase workplace efficiency and prevent payroll errors.

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