Twilio Verify vs Authsignal
If you’re like most businesses, privacy and security is crucial especially when it comes to building trust with your customers. Building a customer experience that is both secure and slick is a challenge. Achieving this balance isn't easy, especially if you have to build it from scratch.
To help, we’ve compared Twilio and Authsignal on key factors like price, ease of use, and features so you can make an informed decision that fits your needs.
Twilio is primarily a messaging platform. Not incentivized to optimize your cost or customer experience
Twilio is a great world class messaging platform, offering great SMS deliverability globally, in fact we have a direct integration with Twilio at Authsignal to facilitate sending SMS One Time Passwords.
The Twilio Verify API in simple but is not fully featured. At 5c USD per verification, the API simply sends a SMS One Time Password, and subsequently verifies the code filled in by your customer.
Implementing a fully functional solution involving the best in class user experience, best practice UI to optimize conversion and logic to only step up when necessary with a full audit trail, still requires a huge engineering effort, which could take weeks to implement.
Authsignal is a Fraud Ops Automation suite designed around modern fraud teams, and lightning fast to integrate.
Authsignal is the fastest way to integrate digital trust and safety tools for your customer journeys.
Authsignal's simple to use single API solution is all that is required, giving your app pre-built MFA Passwordless Authentication challenges, a no-code rules engine to manage friction, and out-of-the-box analytics and audit trails to manage your customers.
There is no other solution that gives you this full suite of functionality with great value pricing and speed of integration.
Twilio & Authsignal
|No code rules engine
|Best in class UX
|Single view of the customer
|Full audit trail
|No, Only basic audit trails
|Self-serve authenticator management
|Drop in solution