Opus Research’s latest voice biometrics census underscores how voice is a ubiquitous, highly personalized authentication factor with the capability to combine command and control with identification and access management.
Dan Miller, lead analyst & founder with Opus Research, outlines how real-time voice authentication, as a natural, convenient and conversational modality, is serving as a major accelerant to consumer acceptance.
In a survey commissioned by Uniphore, Opus Research asked 500 influential executives in the contact center and customer experience domain about the perceived value of Speech Analytics and to ascertain the impact on plans to procure and deploy such resources in the future.
Opus Research Report: “Foundations of Intelligent Authentication, Part 1: Definitions, Landscape and Use Cases”
In 2015, Opus Research issued the defining document for Enterprise Intelligent Assistants. Now Opus observes that Intelligent Assistants will require simple, secure, seamless ways to authenticate individuals so that they can provide highly personalized and trusted services.
How indoor positioning technologies give retailers the ability to offer a richer, more relevant experience for mobile shoppers bridging real- world and digital commerce.
Opus Research defines “Eight Characteristics of Highly Successful Enterprise Intelligent Assistants (EIAs)” and identifies 13 firms whose platforms offer human-like, automated services as a natural user interface for customer care and self-service.
A critical Opus Research report for enterprises to understand how to get the best return on investment when considering testing options for voice biometrics, including what to test for, how to test, and why voice is different.
Indoor location technologies are poised to dramatically enhance the consumer retail experience. In an apples-to-apples comparison of indoor technologies for mobile advertising, Opus Research finds striking benefits for magnetic positioning over Bluetooth beacons.
In this second part of the Enterprise Series, Opus Research examines best practices for using voice biometrics for simple secure authentication in the enterprise across mobile, IVR, and contact centers.
A new report from Opus Research determines that, on average, customers use between 4 and 5 different “channels” to support their commercial endeavors led by email, phones, websites, social media, mobile apps and brick-and-mortar stores.