Time Clock by MinuteHound™ How To?


MinuteHound has multiple options to allow your business flexibility to choose the best option that best suites you. Our biometric options include facial and fingerprint recognition. MinuteHound also provides a web-clocking option as well. Face Capture by MinuteHound uses the devices built-in camera or external USB camera to authenticate an employee via matching unique facial points. This is available for multiple operating systems!

Large & small businesses alike love that the MinuteHound™ Time Clock does not require a dedicated computer. This allows the use of the computer as usual without even noticing that the MinuteHound™ Time Clock Software is running in the background. For example, it could be installed on a computer running a point of sale system, a back room inventory computer, an office machine, any tablet, or any other computer at your branch.  Upon installing the time clock and enrolling the employees, MinuteHound™ is ready to be used. 

To clock-in and clock-out, an employee simply scans their face or fingerprint and within seconds they verify who they are and off to work they go. Through a patented process the scan is converted into an encrypted 128-bit number that is then fragmented into 4 secure servers on different continents across the globe.

Because the scant is never stored unlike a traditional biometric time clock it cannot be reverse engineered (traced back to a single person), the employees’ privacy cannot be compromised. Information about the real working hours of employees can be viewed at any location in real time using a computer’s web browser or even from an Internet enabled mobile device. A designated manager may elect to receive email alerts of exceptions to employee schedules. When it’s time to process payroll, MinuteHound™ presents reports that provide detailed time and attendance information. Since there are no time cards to reconcile and calculate hours of tedious accounting labor can be saved every pay period! MinuteHound™ data may be exported to allow import into accounting systems commonly used by large companies.