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Aculab announces new biometric speaker verification engine - VoiSentry

Easily add voice authentication solutions to any business application

9th March 2017, Milton Keynes, UK – Aculab, a leading provider of deployment proven telephony APIs for the global communications market, is pleased to announce the intended release of a biometric speaker verification software option for its OEM partners.

Christened VoiSentry, Aculab’s voice biometric offering is designed to enable its developer customers to add voice authentication solutions to any business application. The enabling technology will provide OEM partners with the ability to quickly and cost-effectively add voice biometric functionality to their applications, whether on-premise, data centre hosted, or cloud-based. As a result, businesses using such solutions will be able to replace time-consuming and frustrating, inquisition-like verification processes simply by allowing their customers to authenticate with their voice.

“Regardless of the customer interaction channel, users want an unobtrusive and intuitive customer experience without having to compromise on security. At the same time, across all market sectors, businesses have to compete in terms of that interaction while fulfilling an overarching obligation to provide the highest levels of security of access to user data, accounts and services. With such compelling imperatives, businesses have never been more in need of solutions that proactively enable them to tackle the issues,” asserts David Samuel, Managing Director at Aculab.

“VoiSentry is designed as a lightweight speaker verification engine that is simple to install and integrate,” explains Ian Colville, Product Manager at Aculab. “It’s provided as a VM image that can be deployed on the developer’s platform of choice, be that on a server, in a data centre, or in a cloud-based environment. Interaction with Aculab’s engine is abstracted to web-centric interfaces, which means it’s straightforward to integrate with any IVR, self-service, or contact centre solution.”

“The application interface is light-touch, with the engine being engaged for enrolment and verification, leaving the developer, and hence the application, with full control and scope in catering to the individual business’ needs. That means they can readily enable unique services to be provided on a per client basis, which is the essence of cloud-based services provision,” elaborates Colville.

Highly scalable, and with innovative multi-user, resilience and security features, VoiSentry will be available in Q2’17. For more information, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

About Aculab:

Aculab is an innovative company that offers deployment proven enabling technology for any telecoms related application. Its wide range of APIs serve the evolving needs of automated and interactive systems, whether on-premise, data centre hosted, or cloud-based.

Aculab offers development APIs for voice, data, fax, speech and SMS, on hardware, software and cloud-based platforms, giving users the choice between capital investment and cost-effective, ‘pay as you go’ alternatives. It also offers a range of enterprise and service provider gateways.

Many years of experience in helping to drive its customers’ success has led to over 1000 customers, in more than 80 countries worldwide, including developers, integrators and service providers, adopting Aculab’s technology for a wide variety of business critical services and solutions.

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