“BioConnect specified that VoiceVault’s technology will be brought to the mobile version of its identity platform. Users will receive mobile prompts requiring spoken responses for authentication.”
In a statement announcing the integration, BioConnect specified that VoiceVault’s technology will be brought to the mobile version of its identity platform. Users will receive mobile prompts requiring spoken responses for authentication.
Commenting on the agreement, BioConnect’s vice president of strategic marketing and global alliances, Bianca Lopes, asserted that “VoiceVault has a brilliant track record and a sound voice recognition technology that will provide enterprise clients with ease of use, scalability and ultimately, greater choice by being a part of the BioConnect Identity Platform.”
Julia Webb, vice president of sales and marketing at VoiceVault, added, “A platform approach to enterprise authentication will free enterprise customers from the ‘integration nightmare’ they often face adopting new technologies.”
“By adding VoiceVault to the BioConnect Identity Platform, we’re providing the security and convenience that comes with our trusted voice recognition platform that has already been deployed to millions of consumers in over 40 countries,” said Webb.
As Webb implied, BioConnect isn’t the first company to demonstrate interest in VoiceVault’s technology. Last year, mPayment startup SayPay teamed up with VoiceVault to leverage its voice recognition technology for transaction verification. The technology is a natural fit for BioConnect’s mutlimodal platform, which offers a range of biometric modalities, from fingerprint scanning to eye vein pattern recognition.
In a statement announcing the partnership, BioConnect also affirmed it will be providing a use case demonstration at next week’s Money20/20 conference in Las Vegas. The event will take place during the Demos & Announcements Track, October 25, at 5:30 PM.
October 21, 2016 – by Alex Perala