Enacomm and Advantel partner to offer financial institutions interactive voice response and voice biometrics

Authentication company Enacomm and voice and data solutions provider Advantel have announced a partnership to provide financial institutions with dynamic interactive voice response (IVR) and other technologies for personalized customer interactions. Advantel will offer AI-powered VPA (virtual personal assistant) banking and the Enacomm Financial Suite (EFS), which includes voice biometrics and customer relationship management (CRM) capabilities, to financial institutions under the partnership. “Advantel’s team of experts designs, implements and maintains powerful converged solutions for businesses worldwide,” said Enacomm CEO Michael

Enacomm to resell Clinc AI banking platform

Enacomm, Inc. has signed a new reseller agreement with Clinc, Inc. to deliver Finie — the company’s artificial intelligence (AI) platform for banking — to financial institutions across the country. As a preferred partner of Clinc, Enacomm will help extend the reach of the company’s financial AI technology, which enables users to have natural, human-like conversations with their bank accounts. Clinc’s platform uses best-in-market AI to understand natural human language and delivers timely, customized responses, ranging from insightful spending advice

ConnexiCore to resell Enacomm’s biometric banking services

Enacomm, Inc. has signed a reseller agreement to offer its virtual personal assistant (VPA) and intelligent interactive voice response (IVR) technology to ConnexiCore’s bank and credit union clients ConnexiCore will introduce its bank and credit union clients to VPA banking and the Enacomm Financial Suite (EFS), which includes a hosted, dynamic IVR system for personalized customer interactions. “ConnexiCore’s advisory group is made up of some of the financial industry’s top experts on the technologies of today and tomorrow,” said Enacomm

Personal banking: meet Alexa, Siri and Cortana

This is a guest post by Michael Boukadakis, the founder and CEO of Enacomm. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is no longer science fiction. It’s an emerging business technology that is beginning to transform industries, including banking. Oxford Dictionaries defines AI as the “theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and translation between languages.” Once a futuristic concept, one-tenth of companies in the financial services, manufacturing, retailing,

Biometrics research, authentication, border security and fintech trending this week

Here is a recap of the most popular biometrics industry news that appeared on BiometricUpdate.com this past week. Research vendors One of the most popular articles this week concerned two new biometrics market reports by leading research vendors Goode Intelligence and Technavio. Goode Intelligence published a new report that predicts that by 2020 over 16 billion mobile biometric payment transactions will be made. Technavio also released a new report on biometrics in workforce management which discusses the key drivers and

Biometrics firms exhibit payment and financial services solutions at Money20/20

Several technology companies are showcasing biometric technologies for payments and financial services at Money20/20, held October 24-28 at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas. As the largest global event focused on payments and financial services innovation, the annual conference is expected to draw more than 10,000 attendees over the five days. This year’s conference and exhibition will see Enacomm and VoiceVault, which have integrated technologies and expertise for the provision of Voice e-Signatures. The technology enables identity verification via a

Increasing adoption of biometrics technology by police, airports, financial institutions and schools top the news this week

Here’s a recap of the most popular biometrics industry news that appeared on BiometricUpdate.com this past week. Iris recognition In what was arguably the most popular story in biometric news this week, Microsoft at Tuesday’s Microsoft Windows 10 devices event that both its new flagship phones — Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL — will feature infrared iris scanning technology. Privacy guidelines As part of the non-profit organization’s ongoing work in establishing regulations within the industry, the Biometrics Institute released

Biometrics on the move, facial recognition, biometric payment options, fraud prevention & more top news

Here’s a recap of the most popular biometrics industry news that appeared on BiometricUpdate.com this past week. Universal ID management report Accenture and the World Bank released a report to help developing nations create universal ID management system, which notes that over 1.8 billion adults in developing countries currently lack an official ID and therefore have no access to essential services. Voice authentication for retailers In a special guest post, Enacomm founder and CEO Michael Boukadakis emphasized the importance of

Enacomm CMO compares biometric authentication methods, financial institutions exploring biometrics & more top stories

Here’s a recap of the most popular biometrics industry news that appeared on BiometricUpdate.com this past week. Comparing biometric authentication methods One of the more intriguing stories this week was penned by Enacomm CMO David Anderson, in which he provides a detailed analysis of the various biometric authentication methods, including fingerprint scanning, facial recognition and voice biometrics. Banking Credit card companies such as Mastercard, along with Canadian banks, are developing biometric authentication technologies to enable customers to validate transactions both

All forms of biometric authentication are not created equal

This is a guest post by Enacomm CMO David Anderson. Fingerprint scanning, facial recognition and voice biometrics are moving beyond the experimentation phase to broader implementation at financial institutions across the globe — but there’s one form of authentication that stands out from the crowd. The graduation to next-generation identity verification has been made possible by the proliferation of smartphones with high-quality microphones and cameras that make the process easy. Thanks to advancements in technology, biometric authentication can be completed