AXLR8 now have a fully developed Paxton interface using the Net2 architecture. It allows you to use physical Paxton scanning devices to check that staff have arrived for their shifts on time and can record check in time, check out time and other times such as tour locations and breaks. This is popular with agency staff and permanent staffing in:
and many other areas.
The systems are being deployed to check staff in and out and to record security and other tour paths in football stadia, building sites, shopping arcades, factories, warehouses, hospitals and other large organisations where staff attendance needs to be recorded. This involves physical Paxton hardware installed at critcal places on site This could be for, e.g. a fingerprint or RFID card scan.
How does this compare with the AXLR8 Proof of Location smart phone app?
Where you have staff attending sites just once or on an oocasional basis – e.g. field marketing or once-off experiential or other services, naturally, you will still require the AXLR8 Proof of Location system using the staff’s BYOD smartphone and or web apps. This is based upon a selfie on site and the satelite geo data proving that:
- the specific employee you booked and trained for that job
- was actually there at or before the shift time and, if necessary
- standing in a prescribed uniform
- with e.g. a demonstration kit set up.
As they may be in any town, at another site on any day, you cannot install hardware for a fingerprint or RFID scan. Many of our clients have staff rotas at locations where they cannot or may not install or use T&M hardware for other reasons.
So the AXLR8 BYOD PoL solution is complementary to the T&M solution for permanent work places.
BT Openreach are expanding capacity in our area. This will affect our telephone and internet connectivity, the last few yards of which come overhead.
We have spoken with the contractor and agreed that this will not happen till after your Helpdesk Support hours.
It seems we need a new telephone pole as part of the process. Nine metres is just not enough these days. The new one will be ten metres high.
We are so proud. Obviously, this growth is another great achievement for AXLR8. I am not sure what effect this post (see what I did there!) will have on our SEO.
However, it means all our telephones will not be connected from around 5 p.m. on 17th August for around three hours. If super urgent, please call a director’s mobile. If not, please email support or log one on the portal. We will pick it up the following day.
All telephones and office landline based internet should be restored by Friday morning 18th.
Thanks for your patience. Please plan a visit soon to discuss your systems requirements over a cuppa and see the new pole.
August 28th Bank Holiday Monday: come on our off-road bike ride from Crowthorne to Windsor Castle through woods and parklands. 11th year!
A lovely bike ride through woods and parklands from Wellington Sports Club to Windsor Castle and back. Just turn up on August Bank Holiday Monday at 9.30 at club reception. Book the day out as we let the slow ones catch up and stop at a couple of pubs. Return about 5pm.
Make sure your bike is up to it. We will also organise some short practice runs. You must have a number you can call if you need to drop out (bike problem, tired, etc.) and need someone to pick you and your bike up. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
No membership, money or RSVP required. No organisation involved. Involves pubs. 11th year and nobody died yet!