Gain control over your point-of-sale (POS) environment with fingerprint biometrics. Combat employee theft and fraud while improving auditability and manager accountability.
Employee theft accounts for the highest percentage of retail shrink in North America — more than the percentage of theft from traditional shoplifters or outside organized retail criminals.
A widely under-addressed vulnerability to theft is the point-of-sale (POS). Traditional security methods used to log in — passwords, PINs, swipe cards and keys — can be easily shared. It is difficult to determine who is accessing the POS system and responsible for specific transactions.
Time & Attendance Fraud
Tardy arrivals, buddy punching, lollygagging, extended breaks and early departures
Unauthorized voids, refunds, returns, discounts and fraudulent gift card transactions
Provisioning and replacing cards/tokens, and issuing password resets
of all biometric-enabled POS terminals
utilize our fingerprint capture technology
Crossmatch is a leading provider of biometric solutions for POS OEMs. Our U.are.U fingerprint readers have become trusted names in the global retail and hospitality industry because of the advantages they bring to the POS. In many cases, customers even see ROI within the first 4 weeks of deployment.
By requiring employees to scan their fingerprint to clock-in, buddy punching is eliminated.
Simply knowing that your fingerprint is tied to a transaction deters stealing, fraudulent returns, etc.
Only authorized individuals can process voids, refunds and other exceptions, which eliminates sharing of credentials.
A swift touch of the fingerprint reader and employees are ready to perform POS transactions. Increased productivity means happier customers.
Save money by not having to replace lost keys and swipe cards or having to reset passwords and PINs.
Easily meet PCI strong authentication requirements.
Integrating Crossmatch fingerprint biometrics is easier than you think. Most POS providers already have Crossmatch biometric support built into their software, and the cost savings that typically follow deployment mean that our biometric solutions effectively begin to pay for themselves.