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Auraya Voice Biometrics System Live at Revenue Agency

November 1, 2011

Auraya voice biometrics system goes live at revenue agency with partner Salmat

Auraya Systems, developers of voice biometrics technology for IVR systems integrators today announced that its voice biometric system has gone live at the New Zealand Inland Revenue Department. Auraya business partner Salmat led the systems integration effort.

Inland Revenue began providing voice identification as an option during October 2011 and has so far enrolled 10,000 customers. It aims to increase that number to 800,000 within a year.  The engine is Auraya System’s  ArmorVox™ Speaker Identity System, and with 800,000 enrollments projected this would make it the biggest application in the world. 

Watch Radio Interview: Dr Mike Banbrook of Salmat New Zealand talks about the implementation, which includes Auraya Systems voice biometrics.

Related Article: Please-say-your-name-three-times: Biometric ID is for Real

 


About Auraya: Auraya Systems is the developer of the ArmorVox™ Speaker Identity System. ArmorVox is a voice driven security solution for voice biometrics systems integrators featuring: Identity Authentication, ImpostorMap ™ Tuning, and Impostor Rejection Technology. Auraya and Auraya’s Technology Partners deliver the ArmorVox Speaker Identity system and services for telephone, web or wireless services anywhere in the world and in any language. Visit www.armorvox.com for more information.

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