Pindrop solutions are leading the way to the future of voice by establishing the standard for identity, security and trust for every voice interaction. Pindrop solutions protect some of the biggest banks, insurers, and retailers in the world using patented technology that extracts an unrivaled amount of intelligence from every call and voice encountered. Pindrop solutions help detect fraudsters and authenticate genuine customers, reducing fraud and operational costs, while improving customer experience and protecting brand reputation. Pindrop, a privately held company, headquartered in Atlanta, GA, was founded in 2011 by Dr. Vijay Balasubramaniyan, Dr. Paul Judge and
Dr. Mustaque Ahamad and is venture-backed by Andreessen Horowitz, Citi Ventures, Felicis Ventures, CapitalG, GV, IVP and Vitruvian Partners.
3FORTY3 Executive Search
Searches Completed: Chief Marketing Officer
Voice has emerged as the interface for more than 100 million consumer and enterprise devices. As more users move from touchpads and keyboards, voice technology is quickly becoming the dominant driver that continues to transform lives and businesses. After all, Voice is the only interface that elegantly combines content, intent and identity allowing frictionless authentication at the same time as communicating at the speed of thought. The opportunity for voice to serve as a primary interface is becoming a reality due to integrations with IoT devices and the takeoff of voice assistants and more. Yet customers lack the level of security, identity and trust that are offered by other traditional channels. People’s security, identity, and therefore the wider “Conversational Economy” is at stake as voice fraud costs exceeded $14 billion in the US alone. This reality has put the spotlight on Pindrop, the market leader in biometric security and authentication software for voice-enabled technologies and services. Pindrop’s mission is to enable secure, trusted, and convenient voice interactions while outsmarting bad-actors and fraudsters who leverage emerging technologies such as voice synthesis and techniques like imitation, replay attacks and voice modification software to impersonate consumers.