Opus Research Issues Report Comparing Vendors of Voice Biometrics-Based Solutions

Share Article

Opus Research has published a first-of-its-kind report comparing vendors of voice biometrics engines and solutions. The Voice Biometrics Vendor Survey and “IntelliView” 2012 is an assessment of the products and strategic position of key firms in the market. The report contains critical information for decision makers who are evaluating use of speaker verification in their contact centers or on mobile devices or networks. Opus Research is the longest-standing expert and thought leader in voice biometrics, providing analysis and consulting services in this arena for over a decade.

News Image

Opus Research, top analyst firm in the voice biometrics arena, has published a breakthrough report comparing leading vendors of voice biometrics solutions, Voice Biometrics Vendor Survey and “IntelliView” 2012. The report is the first of its kind: no other firm has published a side-by-side comparison of vendors of voice biometrics solutions.

The voice biometrics market is maturing. Firms using voice biometrics as a real world tool include financial institutions, telecommunications firms, government agencies, insurance companies, and firms engaged in mobile commerce, among others. Executives in these sectors are using voice biometrics as a component of their secure customer care, mobile commerce, fraud prevention and forensic applications.

Companies interested in implementing voice biometrics need to be able to compare products and capabilities of different vendors. Opus Research’s “IntelliView” gives purchasing decision makers a basis for this comparison. The “IntelliView” reviews vendors that offer voice biometric based solutions for caller authentication, fraud detection, speaker identification and secure mobile commerce.

In the “IntelliView” Opus Research evaluates the relative strengths of select voice biometrics technology providers based on a number of key criteria. Vendors reviewed in this report are the key providers in this market (in alphabetical order: Agnitio, ArmorVox, Nuance, SpeechPro, Validsoft, Voice Biometrics Group, Voice Trust and Voice Vault. Opus Research assesses the breadth and depth of each firm’s product offering as well as its relative financial strength and position in the overall solutions ecosystem. The report also offers detailed profiles of each of the companies reviewed. For more information on the Voice Biometrics Vendor Survey and “IntelliView” 2012 contact Pete Headrick (pheadrick(at)opusresearch(dot)net or 415-904-7666).

Opus Research has provided research, analysis and thought leadership in the voice biometrics arena for over a decade. Among its offerings are semi-annual conferences presenting current and future directions for voice biometrics. Opus Research is convening its eighth Voice Biometrics Conference in Singapore on November 7-8, 2012. The upcoming conference will feature case studies describing real-world implementations of voice biometrics solutions.

About Opus Research:
Opus Research is the leading industry analyst firm focused on “conversational commerce”: merging automated speech processing technologies, contact center automation, enterprise collaboration and mobile commerce. For additional information visit our website or contact Pete Headrick (pheadrick(at)opusresearch(dot)net or 415-904-7666).

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Pete Headrick
Follow us on
Visit website