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INTRODUCTION
Fingerprint technology is a part of biometric system that is made to recognize special characteristics of an individual. Basically it involves an individual’s fingerprint, where those minute raised ridges on our volar pads are called ‘friction ridge skin’ is special from one person to another. For this reason fingerprints are able to be used as a form of personal identification as it is reliable and accurate. No one would have to remember passwords, PIN numbers or even carry keys or cards, which could avoid many kinds of unwanted problems.
One of the company used this Biometrics Fingerprint system is the LCTSI- Lead Core technology System Inc. a Filipino corporation established on November 14, 2006, which engaged in battery distribution in the Philippines and provides full range services such as installation, monitoring, testing and preventive maintenance. LCTSI also caters engineering services which includes fabrication, synchronizing panel services, technical audit, operation, training management and maintenance.
The firm has way in preparing the attendance it is the Biometrics Fingerprint system which is 100% recognizing the person who are registered in this system and when they starting using it on 2011 they said that it is expensive and the cost is almost Php 5000 with the brand of Eagle
The IT is involve in preparing input and edit the information of the employee, the HR Assistance is involves in time keeping and the accounting for verification and preparation of the salary of the employees and if they find any problem the HR Head will give notice to check the attendance of the employee.
The uniqueness or speciality of these finger prints can be categorized into Global Ridge Pattern and the Local Ridge Patterns.
For the Global Ridge Patterns, there are four classifications of fingerprints:
While for the Local Ridge Pattern (also known as minutiae or points of identification) are unique to every individual’s



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