While delivering call management and switching solutions to the contact center space, Damian De Rozairo, founder and CEO, V2verify, was frustrated by the identity management process. As a result, he set out to find an efficient authentication methodology that could overcome the challenges associated with user authentication and identity management. That’s when he, and his team, zeroed in on the use of voice authentication. “We were looking for a biometric that worked across every channel and customer touch point. After studying every biometric option, we learned that voice had the most potential to authenticate a user across every channel. Once we determined voice biometrics was the obvious choice, we set out to build a voice biometric ecosystem that could authenticate a user quickly, with a high degree of accuracy, across every channel the customer was transacting in. Our mission to create a more efficient and secure authentication process while improving the customer experience, came to fruition with our platform, V2verify,” says De Rozairo.
V2verify is a voice-based authentication solution that works across multiple channels, delivering faster and more efficient security. “Our mission wasto improve the customer experience and security, while at the same time, reducing operational expenses,” adds De Rozairo. By achieving that goal, V2verify is revolutionizing the way companies authenticate and manage their customers.
In addition to a better, more secure authentication process, V2verify is also easy to implement, with quick go-to-market timeframes and no CapEx investment that scales easily and handles most use-cases without needing to modify the underlying technology.
Our mission statement is to protect the world’s data through simple, secure authentication
The V2verify solution also offers a quick and nimble approach to client onboarding. The V2verify app prompts the user to answer two speech-based questions and then analyzes the collected speech to identify the unique features of the voice print. The entire onboarding process takes about 45 seconds.
Once a user is onboarded, the V2verify platform can authenticate a person with just 2 seconds of natural speech, which can then be used for cases like customer service calls, face-to-face interactions, resetting passwords, or providing access to web portals, mobile apps, etc.
V2verify’s innovative voice authentication technology is gaining traction with several industries, including enterprise payments and banking, healthcare, Insurance, staffing and HR, and transportation. V2verify was recently deployed in a company that provides unified and secure access to KYC data for financial transactions. With V2verify’s technology, the customer can protect KYC data and ensure authorized access to the right person without using complex user IDs and passwords.
With a vision to further simplify its usability, the team recently deployed a Genetic AI Evolutionary engine on top of the V2verify platform allowing the solution to continuously improve the voice print. The AI engine gathers physical aspects like breath levels and patterns, speech patterns, and geo-data to make the identification process faster and more efficient. This is important because, as people age, their voices and speech patternschange. V2verify’s AI engine can track these changes and evolve the voice file without ever asking the user to re-onboard.
According to De Rozairo, “The current process for managing users and securing datais not working, and V2verify is a game changer for businesses looking to address this problem.”
V2verify Welcomes Grant Gregory to its Board of Directors
Voice biometrics firm V2verify has announced the addition of DoubleClick co-founder Grant Gregory to its board of directors.
Gregory currently serves as the chairman of Gregory and Hoenemeyer. He retired as chairman of the board after 24 years with Touche Ross & Co. (Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu). His previous board experience includes such companies as Chrysler Corporation, MCI, Renaissance Hotels, and RMG Acquisitions.
“We are pleased to welcome Mr. Gregory to the board,” said CEO and founder Damian De Rozairo. “He brings a depth of experience found in few individuals and V2verify will benefit greatly from his unique perspectives.”
Gregory joins Alexi Wellman and De Rozairo on the board. Wellman currently serves as chief financial and accounting officer of publicly traded investment fund Altaba.