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Sophisticated time-logging solutions from PCS Systemtechnik GmbH and partners help companies implement new minimum wage rules.

14 Feb. 2015
PCS-Systemtechnik

The introduction of a nationwide minimum wage brings in a whole host of rules and regulations, such as keeping track of working hours, since overtime also has to be paid accordingly. To help companies make sure they comply with the relevant legislation, PCS Systemtechnik GmbH and partners are exhibiting electronic time-logging systems for all industries and companies of all sizes at CeBIT 2015 in Hannover.

This includes the sophisticated INTUS 5600 time-logging terminal. Equipped with a high-resolution color display and a flexible keyboard template, the user interface can easily be customized to any corporate design. PCS partners ALINA EDV-Studio, Digital-Zeit GmbH, fourtexx GmbH and gis Informationssysteme GmbH are also exhibiting innovative software solutions designed to work with the INTUS time-logging terminal. Highlights include solutions for tracking project times, time management, mobile logging via smartphones, human resources planning and a traffic light system for dynamic and flexible worktime structures. What’s more, PCS partner MADA is also coming along to exhibit the RFID cards that these systems require.

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