|By Business Wire||
|January 14, 2014 03:02 AM EST||
Speech Processing Solutions, revolutionizes dictation workflow with the launch of its latest innovation, Philips SpeechLive. Philips SpeechLive takes the dictation workflow to the cloud – with all of its great benefits. “Imagine an easy, secure, flexible and efficient workflow solution that fully adapts to your company’s needs. Record your dictations from anywhere, at any time” says Thomas Brauner, CEO Speech Processing Solutions. “Also, SpeechLive works seamlessly with all Philips dictation devices and software, which is always accessible and guarantees maximum security and reliability”.
The All New Philips SpeechLive Cloud Dictation Solution out Now! (Photo: Business Wire)
Easy: All your dictations – always where you are
Access all your dictation files independent of where you are – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. With SpeechLive, dictations can be safely uploaded and downloaded from anywhere in the world. It is easy and convenient to set up and can be configured using your web browser. No need to install or configure additional complicated software.
Secure: Your files are securely stored and uploaded
SpeechLive secures your dictations by encrypting them during recording, then when they are sent, and again by storing them in an encrypted format where they are safely kept in your SpeechDrive in the cloud. This means end-to-end double encryption and protection from unauthorized access. If needed, SpeechLive restores dictations that have been deleted by accident – a 100 % secure backup.
Flexible: Ready to grow when you need it
With SpeechLive we deliver a flexible and convenient cloud dictation workflow. SpeechLive offers flexible subscription options, making sure you have the right solution for your individual needs. You have the opportunity to periodically upgrade the number of users as and when you need to, upto a maximum of 25 users, with flexible commitment periods.
Efficient: Part of Philips dictation solutions
We built our SpeechLive solution to work seamlessly with all our input devices – Philips Pocket Memos, SpeechMikes and SpeechExec dictation recorder for Smartphones. SpeechLive connects with Philips SpeechExec software and perfectly adapts to your company’s working structure.
“With SpeechLive, we are providing customers a cloud-based solution that revolutionizes dictation workflow”, says Thomas Brauner. “Once again, Speech Processing Solutions sets the benchmark in professional dictation”.
SpeechLive is available in the following countries: Austria, Germany, France, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Denmark, Luxembourg and Belgium.
About Speech Processing Solutions
For already 60 years, Speech Processing Solutions has been the driving force in delivering excellence in dictation and speech technologies. With its headquarters and production center located in Vienna, Austria, Speech Processing Solutions is the world leader in professional dictation. From revolutionary desktop and mobile dictation solutions, to note taking and meeting recording, and entire workflow solutions with the SpeechExec software family, our Philips products can be tailored to individual requirements. Speech Processing Solutions constantly reinvents the world of digital dictation solutions with ground-breaking products such as the Philips SpeechMike Premium, the Philips Digital Pocket Memo or Mobile Dictation Apps for all major platforms or the revolutionary cloud dictation solution SpeechLive, helping professionals work in the easiest, most reliable and efficient manner every day.
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