Opus Research surveys a group of U.S. retailers — from Big Box, specialty store, grocery, electronics, department stores, convenience stores and more — to determine current trends and market perceptions regarding in-store marketing and indoor analytics.
Interactive Voice Response (IVR) technology is entering a new world of choice and customer empowerment, augmenting resources that bring both visual and voice resources into each customer’s critical path.
Opus Research analyzes the offerings of leading platform vendors who give companies the power to enable customers to use their device-of-choice and channel-of-choice at their time-of-choice.
Intelligent Virtual Assistants are the go-to resource for customer care, tech support and marketing – becoming the basis for $700 million in investment by 2016, according to Opus Research.
Opus Research report details how to combine voice biometrics plus facial recognition to achieve a high-level of authentication for personalized commerce, communications and collaboration.
Voice biometrics can be an effective way to combat imposters who use phone-based channels to perpetrate identity theft and “merchant fraud.”
Customer care and self-service strategies now leverage Big Data, Predictive Analytics, Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing to foster simple, speedy task completion and customer empowerment.
This era of self-service, cloud computing and Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) has significantly accelerated the occurrence of fraudulent access, data breaches and identity theft. Hackers and fraudsters have more avenues of ingress to steal credentials and have their way with enterprise networks and data. Voice and multi-factor authentication offer an effective alternative to the prevailing, often ineffective methods and practices.
Featured Research Financial institutions can reap significant financial gains by using voiceprints to authenticate through the phone channel. By our calculations, a large money center bank will see over $100 million in economic benefit from reducing fraud loss in the… Read More ›
The market for voice biometrics-based solutions has matured significantly in the past year. In this document Opus Research compares the products and strategic position of a select group of solution providers and presents structured analysis that should benefit decision makers planning to introduce speaker verification in their contact centers or on mobile devices or networks.