How Custodia is transforming compliance with voice transcription and biometrics


Custodia Technology recently took the opportunity to explain how to unlock the Power of Voice Transcription and Biometrics in Compliance.

In the digital era, communication—be it audio, text, or video—is incredibly valuable. Gone are the days when interactions between employees and customers were merely recorded and stored away. The landscape has evolved, and businesses have come to realise the immense value of this data.

These advancements in technology enable the utilization of this data to enhance internal regulatory processes, proactive compliance, employee training, dispute resolution, revenue generation, and deep business intelligence. Essentially, this stored data is a goldmine that can significantly benefit various business operations.

Compliance Cloud One (CC1), powered by Custodia, now incorporates transcription and biometrics. This integration offers customers new opportunities for data analysis, compliance monitoring, and customer service enhancement. This strategic move is designed to create a more robust and efficient compliance framework, ensuring adherence to regulatory requirements and minimizing potential risks.

What is Voice Transcription and Biometrics?

Voice transcription and biometrics are state-of-the-art technologies that allow compliance officers to convert spoken language into text and analyse unique oral characteristics to verify speaker identities. These innovative solutions have broad applications, from enhanced monitoring to streamlined investigations.

The Magic of Voice Transcription

Voice transcription, also known as speech-to-text, leverages advanced algorithms to analyse voice calls and generate accurate transcripts. Compliance officers can use these transcripts to review recorded regulated communication data and swiftly identify any potential anomalies or useful scenarios, such as:

  1. Enhanced monitoring: Transcription services enable more efficient monitoring of conversations for compliance adherence.
  2. Regulatory Reporting: Simplifies the preparation of regulatory reports.
  3. Training and Education: Transcriptions serve as valuable resources for employee training.
  4. Call Summary Report: Automates the note-taking process during meetings.
  5. Sentiment Analysis: Improves customer interactions by understanding sentiments.
  6. Web Accessibility: Makes audio content accessible to people with hearing impairments.

The Power of Biometrics

Voice biometrics focuses on analysing individual vocal characteristics, offering a powerful tool for security and identity verification. Its applications include:

  1. Security Verification: Identifies unknown parties in conference calls.
  2. Risk Management: Helps in detecting non-compliant behaviour patterns.
  3. Streamlined Investigations: Aids in compliance investigations.
  4. Fraud Prevention: Prevents identity theft and fraud.

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