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Tired of Typing? Save Time and Money Now with New Philips Transcription Services and Voice Recorders

Speech Processing Solutions, the global leader in professional dictation solutions now offers a brand new product which takes dictation workflow to the next level. Philips SpeechLive is a cloud-based workflow solution allows users to dictate anywhere and anytime, whilst maintaining full access to their existing dictation workflow.

“SpeechLive is quick to install and easy to use. Once you’ve set up your account, it’s literally as simple as: Speak, send, done. No need to install or configure additional complicated software.” explains Dr. Thomas Brauner, CEO of Speech Processing Solutions.

Its latest addition, Philips SpeechScribe can even transcribe recordings for you, saving professionals valuable time and money. Research has shown that people on average speak seven times faster than they write. Business professionals such as lawyers for example face lengthy correspondence and reports every day. Dictating one page of text only takes approximately two minutes. Typing up this same page will take on average 14 minutes. In industries where extensive documentation is necessary, such as medical and legal environments, SpeechLive can significantly save time spent typing by up to 86%*, allowing professionals to focus on their core tasks.

When factoring in the cost of a professional’s time, using SpeechScribe can even reduce their costs down to 90%.* In companies where assistants help type up reports, the SpeechScribe service can considerably reduce work load and thus reduce overheads. The service can either be used with the Philips dictation app for smartphones or with a dedicated device such as the Philips Pocket Memo, for superior audio quality using its 3D Mic technology. The Pocket Memo can be assigned a PIN code to protect against unauthorized use or file playback.

“We take issues such as security extremely seriously. This is why we made sure that all file transfers to and from SpeechLive occur over a highly secure HTTPS protocol and stored with a 256 bit encryption, making absolutely sure that files are kept safe from unauthorized access.”

SpeechScribe transcription service currently supports German and English transcriptions. Visit www.speechlive.com for more information now.

*Based on research conducted by Speech Processing Solutions

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.

Connect with Speech Processing Solutions on:

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/philipsvoicetracer

Twitter @speech_com: http://www.twitter.com/speech_com

YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/philipsdictation

LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/speech-processing-solutions

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