FaceBanx, SpeechPro to provide consumers with face and voice authentication

May 20, 2015 - 

FaceBanx has partnered with SpeechPro to provide face and voice recognition solutions to FaceBanx’s global telecomm and banking industry customers.

As part of the partnership, FaceBanx will offer SpeechPro’s proprietary “VoiceKey.OnePass” technology through its mobile, PC and tablet platform solution, which increases security for account access authentication for customers.

“One of the key requirements for our customers is being able to choose from a number of different biometric solutions to offer their customers and Speechpro’s technology is an excellent solution,” said Matthew Silverstone, the CEO of Facebanx.

The combined solution will enable consumers to log into mobile apps using voice and face authentication instead of using traditional passwords, pins, or RFID.

Developed by SpeechPro’s R&D team, VoiceKey.OnePass uses proprietary voice biometric algorithms and supplemental technologies.

FaceBanx will deploy face and voice recognition technology in tandem with their “document ID” analysis to further strengthen account security for authenticating new customers and account transactions.

“We are happy to partner with FaceBanx, a like-minded company with goals to increase security through multi-modal biometrics, while simultaneously improving user experience for customers,” said Alexey Khitrov, president of Speechpro. “We are confident that the implementation of VoiceKey.OnePass will strengthen their best-in-class solutions offered to customers in the telecomm and financial services sectors.”

Previously reported, SpeechPro added speaker separation capabilities to CallMiner’s speech analytics product suite, which will provide SpeechPro’s proprietary speaker separation technology as an additional option on the Eureka platform.

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