Uniphore’s Voice Biometrics system captures the unique characteristics of an individual’s voice in order to provide businesses with a secure and efficient speaker verification system.

Voice Biometrics

Uniphore’s Voice Biometrics system captures the unique characteristics of an individual’s voice in order to provide businesses with a secure and efficient speaker verification system. To enroll in the system, the user creates a ‘voiceprint’ by speaking a certain set of words. The voiceprint is as unique to the user as their fingerprint, consisting of 32 different elements of the user’s speech pattern, both behavioral and physiological. It is used as the digital representation of their voice, and as a standard of comparison when they call in the future.

Voice Biometrics can be deployed over IVR, enabling accessibility from even the most basic feature phone. Alternatively, the technology can be integrated into 3G or GPRS applications across Java, IOS, and Android platforms. When a user wants to enter the business application, they simply speak their passphrase. If the system matches their voice to the stored voiceprint, they are granted access to their personal information and accounts.

Voice Biometrics enhances operational security for businesses and improves customer experience. When businesses employ enterprise mobility solutions to connect and with their customers and employees, Voice Biometrics significantly reduces the costs and risks associated with remote authentication.

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