Companies in the financial sector and the real sector can already count on the biometric voice authentication system, whereby people can sign documents only with their voice and without their physical presence.
Through a call from a fixed or cellular telephone, the process can be done in no more than two minutes to process credits, enter into contracts, manage promissory notes, among others, and with a security of 88% when verifying the identity.
This technology for “voice signature” offers a degree of sophistication in detail that does not allow imitations and applies to all sectors that require authentication and signing of documents by their customers.
In addition, it generates savings on stationery, printing, storage, transport, and physical expenses associated with the physical promissory note, as well as savings in travel time, since documents can be securely signed from anywhere.
At the moment when the signature of the persons is required, they are called by telephone, and the voice of the person on the other side of the line that is going to sign a document must coincide with that of the recorded record, because no voice is equal to another. The security level of voice authentication recognizes a user even when they encounter diseases that change the tone of the voice.
These technologies are subjected to tests of environments with exposure to noise, recordings, imitators and altered voices that fail to deceive the system because the biometric characteristics are unique and non-transferable.
Unisono in Latin America will be one such company that will adapt this process. Besides, private and governmental entities worldwide have begun to implement this type of systems.