April 02, 2012
Auraya Systems Welcomes Nine Firms to Global Partner Network
Auraya Systems, a globally recognized expert on voice biometrics including voice authentication and identity solutions, recently announced nine more firms have joined its Global Partner Network. As the new members of the network, the companies will sell Auraya’s ArmorVox Speaker Identity System in North America, Europe and Australia, according to a press release.
A voice-driven security solution for voice biometrics systems integrators, ArmorVox Speaker Identity System enrolls or verifies voices by comparing the voice sample against the voiceprint for that speaker and delivers the result (typically pass, fail or not-sure) back to an interactive voice response (IVR) system.
"Seeking alternatives to meet voice biometrics requirements for their clients, prospective partners inquired soon after we launched ArmorVox earlier this year," stated Jeff LaBombard, vice president, Auraya Systems. "Collectively, they said they wanted a 'partner-friendly' collaborative supplier, a high performance voice identification technology and a favorable pricing model that encourages enterprises to implement automated voice authentication."
The only product to fuse text-independent and text-dependent voice verification, ArmorVox typically integrates with telephony and voice systems such as an Interactive Voice Response (IVR) system, through a Web services application programming interface (API).
The solution is available for Microsoft (News - Alert) Windows and Linux operating systems, and supports multi-threaded operations for high throughput applications. ArmorVox integrates with applications, services and solutions developed by partners via a well-defined Web Services API.
"ArmorVox has taken a new approach to the voice biometrics market,” said John Amein, senior vice president of product management, Voxeo (News - Alert). “We see voice biometrics growing significantly in the coming year, and we applaud their effort to respond to partner business needs and make it easier to deliver a valuable service to the marketplace."
Edited by Braden Becker