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The IBM is an art deco punch clock made in the 1950s.  The very first employee time recorder was designed and manufactured in 1888 in New York by William Bundy who was a jeweler by trade. As his employee time clock became more popular he set up the Bundy Manufacturing Company with his brother Harlow to make time clocks on a larger scale.  The time cards had a time in and time out box printed onto them, the employee was required to line up the markings on the card insert mechanism (card throat), insert the time card, and then press down on a lever that activated a hammer mechanism which enabled the date and time to be imprinted onto the clock card through an inked ribbon.

IBM was founded in 1911 in Endicott, New York, as the Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company (CTR) and was renamed "International Business Machines" in 1924. IBM is incorporated in New York and has operations in over 170 countries.. In the 1880s technologies emerged that would ultimately form the core of International Business Machines (IBM) patenting computing scales, and dial recorders.  It evolved into one of the first high tech computing companies and maker of all types of business machines to increase productivity.

The IBM iHorn is another in the line of automation and innovation which resulted in greater efficiency.  So put your phone into the IBM and punch out for the day.