U of GA foodservice employees use biometrics scanners to clock in and out. Biometrics pioneers since 1972, the University of Georgia recently updated its time-keeping technology to include biometrics scanners that dining services employees use to clock in and out each day. "We've used biometrics technology to manage meal plan participation in the dining facility for many years," says Mike Floyd, director of food services at U of GA. "With this new system, we are able to use the ...

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