It’s becoming increasingly difficult for corporations to ensure mobile identity verification and end user authentication. As a result, an increasing number of executives are turning to voice biometrics for an affordable, trusted method of ensuring secure commerce across the enterprise. In fact, more than 40 million people across the globe are now using voice biometrics. And all signs indicate this number will continue to grow in the near future. On May 14, business leaders from around the world will converge on San Francisco’s Fairmont Hotel for the 2014 Voice Biometrics Conference (VBC SF 2014).
Voice Biometrics Conference 2014 is a two-day conference that will provide attendees with the most cutting-edge voice biometrics solutions for high-profile industries such as finance, government and law enforcement. Also represented will be the telecommunications industry as well as hosted service providers, mobile devices and consumer electronics.
VoiceVault is excited to announce it will be attending VBC SF 2014 as a platinum sponsor. VoiceVault will showcase its new ViGo mobile identity verification platform, one of the most affordable and user-friendly solutions on the market. With a unified approach to voice biometrics, ViGo can be easily implemented directly into the existing framework of an application, which saves developers time and money. Enterprises can use ViGo to establish secure connections in the contact center or over mobile devices.
Attendees at VBC SF 2014 should make sure to catch VoiceVault’s Executive Vice President of U.S. Sales and Marketing Julia Webb as she takes part in an executive panel titled “Where We’re At and Where We’re Going.” This exciting discussion will show how voice biometrics have has evolved into one of the leading methods for ensuring mobile commerce, home electronics and automotive marketplace security. The panel will take place from 4:15-5 PM on May 15.
To learn more about VBC SF 2014, or to register for the conference, click here.