Globes reported earlier this week that the Synel-provided terminals "will include options to define meal times and types" and "are equipped with a printer that issues meal coupons." The automated process can keep track of and "identify what meal type has been consumed in which dining room and on what time." The intended result will be reduced expenditures on food and food-related administration and the amount of food wasted.
For those IT professionals who aren't touched by how Synel's technology can lead to less food waste in the Israeli army, there are plenty of other ways Synel's products and solutions can be deployed in your company - especially since it is about to be distributed by SYNNEX Corp.
According to the Globes article, Synel recently signed a strategic distribution partnership agreement with SYNNEX Corp that
"will enable Synel to offer its time and attendance and access control solutions - TimeLOG and Falcon through SYNNEX's information technology distribution channel."
IT professionals looking into better time and attendance management solutions can consider Synel's TimeLOG for medium organizations and Falcon PRO - a full access control software (including security) for employees and the workplace - for the enterprise.
Company FactsFounded in 1990.
Gabi Buganim, President and CEO.
David Ashkenazi, V.P. R&D.
Products: TimeLOG Pro, Falcon Pro and Harmony.
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