OneVisage, the Swiss-based 3D facial authentication solution pioneer, announces its expansion into North America with a new office in Sunnyvale, CA. The startup also appointed a new Vice president of Sales Americas.
OneVisage is a leading cyber-security company providing 3D facial authentication services to enable financial services, Identity & Access Management providers and cyber-security integrators to reduce identity theft and transaction abandonments. The startup’s 3DAuth solutions provides higher security and greater user’s experience than passwords, security tokens or other biometric modalities at a fraction of their prices by using cutting edge 3D facial authentication technology running on consumer-grade mobile devices.
OneVisage now brings its pioneer services to the United States whilst settling in its new offices in Silicon Valley. In addition to its expansion, OneVisage nominated of Brian Haverty, Vice President of Sales Americas to new offices in Sunnyvale. Brian is a proven Senior Executive with an impressive track record of driving revenue and market share for both start-up and Fortune 500 companies. Brian’s career spans over 25 years leading sales and business development teams at Office Depot, American Express, Ebay, Global Address, Exact Software and Strands Finance.
“I am looking forward to the opportunity to introduce OneVisage’s breakthrough 3D Facial Authentication software into the North American market and beyond. I’m thrilled to help financial services, identity management providers and cyber-security solution providers seriously reduce identity frauds and improve on-boarding processes.” said Brian Haverty, VP Sales of Americas.
“The market is now accelerating and there is a clear shift in the industry with facial authentication. Banking and financial firms are facing urgent needs to replace their expensive, complex and unsafe password schemes. I am really excited to have appointed Brian Haverty to unleash our 3D facial authentication solution in North America and stay close to our customers and partners.” said Christophe Remillet, CEO and the founder of OneVisage.