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Top 6 Voice Biometrics Startups In India

Passwords and PINs have often proven to be a weak protective layer to stave off cyberattacks. In such cases, the human voice is an excellent biometrics alternative like iris, face, hand, etc to safeguard your data. The popular applications of voice biometrics include IVR-based banking systems, audio signatures for digital documents, and internet transactions. 

Here is a list of the top 6 startups in India providing voice-biometric solutions.


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(The list is in no particular order)

1| InCights

Founded: 2010

Founders: Varun Chandra

About: Founded in 2010 by Varun Chandra, InCights is a cloud-based enterprise-grade voice biometrics solutions and developer platform. The company believes in replacing passwords with voice-based authentication security systems. The startup offers voice biometrics using a person’s voice as the unique identifier, particularly useful in call centre transactions. The voice biometric solution verifies the speaker with a voice application (for instance, IVR or a mobile app) to protect against identity theft, restrict access to information, and secure automated authentication.

2| FRS Labs

Founded: 2010

Founders: Shankar P

About: Founded in 2010, FRS Labs offers robust and cost-effective fraud risk and security solutions, such as Orpheus, Atreus, Prism, Vistas and Atlas. Atlas is a popular voice biometric solution that authenticates customers by using their natural voice and preventing fraud and security breaches.

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3| Kaizen Voiz

Founded: 2017

Founders: Mohan Chandrasekar 

About: Kaizen Secure Voiz (KSV)  is a new startup that focuses on voice biometrics. Kaizen Secure Voiz is a voice biometric authentication and verification tool that provides touch-free biometric technology. This tool’s features include multi-channel user experience, speech mining and speech transcript, fraud detection, among others. The company offers a voice biometrics platform for enterprises that verifies and authenticates users or callers remotely using voiceprints.

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4| Uniphore

Founded: 2008

Founders: Umesh Sachdev and Ravi Saraogi 

About: Uniphore is one of the popular conversational AI and automation platforms in India. The San Francisco and Chennai-based startup offers solutions in conversational automation, interaction analytics, agent security etc. The company focuses on transforming the consumer service experience by harnessing the power of natural speech to help enterprises deal with real consumer problems. Voice biometrics technology by Uniphore, amVoice, assures user authentication by using an individual’s unique voiceprints, irrespective of access device and language.

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5| Voxta

Founded: 2010

Founders: Sirish Reddi and Kavita Reddi

About: Headquartered in Hyderabad, this company develops and delivers voice biometrics, speech recognition and dialogue management solutions. The platform uses the latest AI & machine learning algorithms to build proprietary speech recognition engines in English and various Indian languages. The speech recognition engines (ASR) convert speech into text, using complex algorithms to tune into different languages and accents. The speech technology is specifically designed for call centres and embedded applications.

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6| QSS Technosoft

Founded: 2010

Founders: Pankaj Wadhwa and Sanjay Pandey 

About: Noida-based QSS Technosoft is a software development company that provides software products and applications for biometrics and identity management to businesses across different industry verticals. Besides other applications, the company also develops mobile biometric substantiation solutions that encompass biometric match and fraud detection data with the effective use of face and voice recognition features. The voice-biometric products can be used for identity check as part of a mobile application with cutting-edge security authorisations that validate driver’s licenses and passports and spoof-resilient biometric facial identification between the live and printed pictures.

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