|By Business Wire||
|March 31, 2014 03:02 AM EDT||
Philips SpeechLive, the revolutionary cloud dictation solution introduces a new service, Philips SpeechScribe. “Philips SpeechScribe is the cutting-edge transcription service that now does the typing for you. All you have to do is speak, SpeechScribe does the rest” says Dr. Thomas Brauner, CEO Speech Processing Solutions.
You speak seven times faster than you type
Hours and hours of valuable time are used every month for typing all kinds of reports, leaving you less time to spend with more important things. Since on average you speak seven times faster than you type, Philips now offers an affordable solution to get your reports and documents done in no time. Just like having your own personal assistant.
SpeechScribe, the 360° transcription service, provides finished documents in three easy steps. First speak, second send, third you are done. It is as easy as that, saves valuable time and increases efficiency.
SpeechScribe will understand what you mean
Simply dictate reports or notes on the Philips dictation recorder app for smartphones, on a Pocket Memo voice recorder, or on a SpeechMike dictation microphone. No need to learn complicated commands as required for speech recognition. With SpeechScribe you can stick to your speaking habits and your natural flow and get perfect results.
Send dictations to the SpeechLive cloud, where SpeechScribe will do all the work. Professional transcribers process all dictations promptly and priorities can be assigned to receive important dictations even faster. “Time is money and SpeechScribe frees time to do what really matters like building the business, acquiring clients and increasing revenue. In addition you will also have more time for yourself” says Dr. Brauner.
Extremely accurate writings combined with highest security
Once dictations are transcribed, SpeechLive automatically sends finished documents back. Professional and trained transcribers produce extremely accurate writings, guaranteeing highest quality. SpeechScribe documents are so accurate, that on average 999 in 1000 documents are delivered flawlessly, representing one of the highest precision rates in the industry. Training a speech recognition profile or specialized IT knowledge is not required for the author.
SpeechLive offers maximum protected online storage, keeping files safe from unauthorized access. Thus, all data is securely uploaded and downloaded using the highly secure HTTPS protocol and a 256 bit encryption, guaranteeing a fully protected speech-to-text workflow at all times.
“With Philips SpeechScribe, we are providing customers a complete speech-to-text workflow solution – out of one hand”, says Dr. Thomas Brauner. “Once again, Speech Processing Solutions sets the benchmark in professional dictation”.
SpeechScribe supports German and English transcriptions.
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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