Top Canadian telecom chooses THC Technologies Corp’s VoiceVantage™ password product


Boston, Massachusetts. (April 3, 2013) Frances M. Lynch, CEO of THC Technologies Corporation, a private corporation engaged in the global biometric solutions market, today announced, "Beginning with our initial sale in 2004 of 70,000 licenses to a North American market leader our highly secure voice verification products continue to be the correctional facilities manager’s choice worldwide. Our most recent selection by a major Canadian telecom for its inmate corrections program further enhances our leadership role.

Our extensive industry experience and the impressive VoiceVantage™ technology portfolio combined with our Canadian Telecom Client Partner’s proven innovative products and services offerings further insure each companies’ respective leadership positions in the inmate communications market.” Tom Wilkerson, Vice President of Marketing agreed, "Because VoiceVantage™ software's innovative solutions can be combined to meet the specific needs and requirements of any business, our solutions provide the critical identity verification necessary for control for compliance, monitoring, risk management and performance improvement.

Organizations in public education, financial services, healthcare, government and many other industries, maximize performance and provide investment protection because THC and our partners deliver complete bestZofZbreed voice authentication solutions. We focus on designing, developing and deploying voice solutions with our partners sharing the common goal to create bestZofZbreed hardware and software configurations on which to deploy their industry specific solutions."

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