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Achieving Speed, Accuracy & Scalability with Voice Biometrics Dan Miller, Opus Research; Shawn Edmunds, ValidSoft; David Harding, ImageWare Systems No longer are voice biometrics tentatively tested in single channels and measured against purely theoretical equal error rates. In reality, businesses are implementing high performance solutions that easily scale, yet deliver a consistently low friction user experience and strong security across a business.

In this webinar, Dan Miller, lead analyst and founder of Opus Research, joins ValidSoft’s VP for North America, Shawn Edmunds, and Image Ware System’s CTO and VP David Harding to discuss how successful integration of highly optimized voice biometrics has never been easier or more cost effective for your business.
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Sep 3 2015
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  • No longer are voice biometrics tentatively tested in single channels and measured against purely theoretical equal error rates. In reality, businesses are implementing high performance solutions that easily scale, yet deliver a consistently low friction user experience and strong security across a business.

    In this webinar, Dan Miller, lead analyst and founder of Opus Research, joins ValidSoft’s VP for North America, Shawn Edmunds, and Image Ware System’s CTO and VP David Harding to discuss how successful integration of highly optimized voice biometrics has never been easier or more cost effective for your business.
  • Text Messaging (SMS) is the gateway into the wide world of messaging apps that are becoming mainstays for search, comparison shopping, product selection and all manner of digital commerce. Join Dan Miller, Lead Analyst & Founder at Opus Research, and Tobias Goebel, Director of Emerging Technologies with Aspect Software, as they describe how the organic growth in messaging services from Twitter, WhatsApp, WeChat Facetime, and others have revolutionized digital commerce, technical support and customer care.
  • The proliferation of smartphones, geofencing, indoor location and analytics has transformed the meaning of "native" for mobile marketers, app developers and consumers. "Native" used to mean a reliance on Facebook and Google for in-stream ads that seem like organic content. It now refers to the use of on-device, local intelligence to get beyond the beacon to understand the context of a mobile user's interactions. Native control of functionality makes apps more popular with customers. It spells the difference between single-digit usage and delivers the full potential of personalized mobile marketing.
  • Just in time for Halloween, Dan Miller, lead analyst at Opus Research, will join Alexey Khitrov, president of SpeechPro Inc., to describe how voice and face recognition mean doom for the most common, and vulnerable, forms of mobile and online security.

    Join Dan and Alexey in live, interactive webinar as they count the ways you can use new technologies to make mobile e-commerce safe, simple and secure.
  • Consumers are ambivalent about online privacy. Some surveys suggest outright hostility to mobile-location tracking; others argue users are happy to share personal information for clear rewards and benefits. Consumers also express a desire for greater personalization of online, mobile and shopping experiences. How can these contradictory positions be reconciled?

    The privacy landscape is evolving rapidly with Apple making location privacy changes in iOS 8 and state governments getting involved in regulating privacy in the absence of federal action.

    Rather than an “issue that will blow over,” privacy has become a central discussion for marketers and brands. It’s the flipside of “big data.” But timidity, passivity and denial won’t work. Stakeholders must proactively tackle the issue head on.

    Join Greg Sterling, Senior Analyst with Opus Research, and Future of Privacy Forum founder Jules Polonetsky for an informative, interactive webinar about the latest developments in location and privacy on Wednesday, July 2, 10 am PDT /1 pm EDT.
  • Beacons are hot. Once dismissed by many, they are now being widely deployed in retail and grocery stores, stadiums and entertainment venues. Apple’s support for Bluetooth (iBeacon) has put the technology on the map and driven its growing adoption.

    While many people have read about iBeacon, they don’t clearly understand what beacons can and can’t do. Join Opus Research Senior Analyst Greg Sterling and Steve Hegenderfer, director of developer programs at Bluetooth SIG, for an informative and interactive discussion about all things beacon.

    Bluetooth SIG is the group that oversees the standards and licensing of Bluetooth. We assure you Hegenderfer will speak plain English during a presentation aimed at marketers, agencies and business decision-makers.

    In this accessible, non-technical session you’ll learn:

    • What iBeacon is and how it fits within the larger Bluetooth landscape
    • How many different types of beacons there are and who makes them
    • The cost, lifespan and transmission range of beacons
    • Optimal indoor beacon use cases (and things that beacons don’t do well)
    • How marketers/retailers can avoid spamming consumers with beacon triggered notifications
    • How indoor messaging and notifications can be personalized
    • Whether beacons can equally be used for indoor marketing and analytics
  • As smartphones now play key roles in e-commerce and personal communications for hundreds of millions of mobile users, our advice is, “authenticate early and often.” As using the prevailing PIN and password-based systems is easier said than done, voiceprints provide the easy-to-implement and easy-to-use alternative that supports a “unified” approach to mobile authentication.
     
    Join Dan Miller, senior analyst and founder of Opus Research, and Nik Stanbridge, vice president of product marketing at VoiceVault, to engage in a lively discussion of:
     
    · How mobility is driving the need for stronger authentication to build trusted links between and among individuals and enterprises

    · What voice biometrics technologies are; and how they differ from other factors for promoting security and personalization

    · How a unified approach to design and deployment saves time, money and effort for application developers and solution providers

    · How to get started to gain experience with a unified voice biometric product
     
    Executives at firms with an interest in providing the best, most personalized mobile experience for customers and employees should take part in this webcast. So should mobile application developers who recognize that strong, simple authentication is key to supporting secure payments and highly personalized services. 
  • There’s a great deal of hype surrounding iBeacon right now. But that technology is just one part of a much larger story about indoor location.

    Using a range of technologies, major retailers, malls, airports and others are testing or rolling out indoor location in their venues and stores. We’ve come a great distance since last year when few people understood the benefits of indoor positioning and real-world analytics.

    Join aisle411, iInside and Opus Research’s Greg Sterling for a webinar and discussion about the current state of indoor location. The webinar will feature existing, in-market B2B and B2C case studies.

    What you’ll learn:

    •How in-store mobile brand advertising impacts sales
    •How indoor location can be used to combat retail showrooming
    •How in-store (and even department level) presence is being used to measure the offline effectiveness of traditional and digital advertising.
  • Dan Miller, Senior Analyst with Opus Research, presents results from the latest Opus Research “Intelliview” report. He will describe criteria that should be taken into account when marketing, sales and contact center professionals evaluate vendors of Enterprise Virtual Assistants (EVAs) – especially those providing human-like interactions on the Web and with mobile devices.

    Miller will be joined by Brett Beranek, Solutions Marketing Manager at Nuance Communications, who will provide insights into customer acceptance of EVAs based on implementations of Nuance’s Nina Web and Nina Mobile services.
  • Place Conference 2013 brought together the entire spectrum of companies building the indoor location ecosystem. Retailers, technology vendors, mobile developers, data providers, advertisers, agencies, and investors attended this unique, one-day event at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco and was the first-of-its-kind anywhere.

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