In modern time, we live though in the actuality of rapid growth of technology. Since 1990s, Information Technology has been widely used in many industries. Particularly, Information Technology has modified the way of people doing their job and has changed the process and nature of work both in the public & private sectors and commercial organizations. Today it is widely recognized that most organizations need information systems to survive and succeed in the competitive business environment. Predominantly, a business such as food franchising largely affected by the lift of information technology that extends their business range to far-away locations, offer new products and services, reform organization structure and work flows, and perhaps significantly change the way they operate business. As the impact of advanced technology, in 1997 Biometrics emerge in the field of information technology. Biometrics used to sustain identification encryption purposes, which meet the criteria of
reliability, uniqueness, collectability, convenience, longevity, universal, and acceptability. As a result, various forms of industry use Biometrics under two circumstances, voluntarily for things like, employment, access to special services, information or protection, and involuntarily for criminal identification and border control. Some business companies are experiencing the following: manual time entry encoding that takes a lot of time, endless complaints and adjustments employees, no database of past payroll history for the previous years. Interpreting observations, the researcher conceptualize Payroll System: Log in Log out using Biometrics, a combination of two systems that use the application of Biometrics. This kind of system, is widely use by today’s business organization meant for succeeding competitive business environment. Log in Log out system is use for timekeeping, while the payroll system includes the process of calculating the salary...
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