Pizza Hut Franchisees Expect to Save a Lot of Dough
By Jeaneane Payne
Approximately 118 Pizza Hut locations along the east coast, including many in Tennessee have installed a device in their stores which track transactions made by employees by fingerprinting every transaction.
These gadgets have a professional appearance and blend in with restaurant and retail environments.
The device will eliminate previous practices of employees clocking in for co-workers who weren't actually working and employees that made fraudulent discounts, causing cash register shortages.
The fingerprint readers are a product of DigitalPersona.
"Our fingerprint biometrics effectively address the most common forms of employee theft in quick-serve restaurants such as Pizza Hut," said Jim Fulton, vice president of marketing at DigitalPersona. "Our highly-reliable fingerprint readers are simple to deploy and use, enabling fast employee adoption and immediate return on investment."
Source: DigitalPersona, Inc.
Published July 13, 2011, 9:09 a.m.
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