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AWM360 Data Systems, a local technology solutions provider and one of just a handful of global Kaba AG reseller partners, proudly announces the incorporation of a series of apps as part of its acclaimed B-inspired information system.
Clients can now take advantage of Apps that have been integrated into the Kaba, SAP/ERP and workforce management solution.
Executive leadership at AWM360 Data Systems, focused on the Southern Africa Human Capital Management (HCM) and workforce management solution markets, says the access control market, underpinned by personal identification and security system, is one of the more active within the ICT sector.
It is being driven by the growing need to digitise traditional processes and integrate biometric technology. It is also being influenced significantly by mobility and the development of applications in particular.
To meet an increasing demand for the convergence of mobility with advanced access control solutions AWM360 has tailored its B-inspired system. This is a simple and flexible information system that facilitates realtime communication using communication terminals and apps customised to the needs of clients.
It is designed to offer seamless connection to ensure the efficient collection of time data, booking of resources and disseminate accurate company information.
The Apps incorporated cover AWM360’s workforce management solutions and feature functional versatility including standard bookings; holiday and flexible requests; briefing; visitor registration; safety instructions and more.
A number of HR processes can be managed and tracked via these Apps, including holiday and flexitime requests, briefing, visitor registration, time correction, safety instructions and message centre.
Guenter Nerlich, Managing Director at AWM360, says the integration of Apps adds significantly to the appeal of the solution, increasing its value as a cost saving, accurate and efficient technology.
“Our offering, with the apps that are now available, is ideally position to meet the escalating market requirement for infrastructure that is up to the demands of the modern business in terms of resource and access control,” says Nerlich.