Now small businesses can get state-of-the-art voice authentication technology via the cloud.
This week Polish startup VoicePIN has announced its new Software-as-a-Service model (SaaS) for its voice-based authentication technology. Geared specifically for small businesses, VoicePIN’s new Voice-as-a-Service offering brings easy-to-use, biometric authentication to everything from payments and e-commerce to contact centers and apps.
Pictured (left to right): CEO Łukasz Dyląg and Jakub Gałka, R&D director, demonstrated VoicePIN at FinovateEurope 2016 in London.
VoicePIN CEO Łukasz Dyląg previewed the SaaS solution in his Finovate Debut interview earlier this year, calling the technology “the first, off-the-shelf, voice biometrics service available for smaller B2B enterprises.” For Dyląg the goal is to convince businesses that voice biometrics is as easy to use as it is secure, which is where VoicePIN’s new API comes in. “Our easy-to-install API is designed to work fine in every customer interaction channel,” Dyląg said.
VoicePIN’s biometric technology works by creating voiceprints of the distinctive patterns in the human voice. The technology records each authorization attempt, comparing it with previously collected information to make it more resistant to spoofing. According to Dyląg, the technology works even if the user has a headcold or sore throat. Companies using the technology include fellow Finovate alums ebankIT and ITsector. VoicePIN was featured in Forbes earlier this month in a column on the rise of Poland as a “major European tech startup hub.”
Founded in 2011 and headquartered in Krakow, Poland, VoicePIN made its Finovate debut at FinovateEurope 2016. VoicePIN is offering a free, 30-day trial of its new SaaS offering, with multi-tiered subscription plans for continuing customers.