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How to Turn Your BlackBerry into a Mobile Dictation Recorder with an Integrated Transcription Service

Speech Processing Solutions, the global leader in professional dictation solutions has just released its latest smartphone app: Philips Dictation Recorder for BlackBerry 10 v2.0. The updated app presents a new dimension to wireless working and now supports the new cloud-based dictation workflow solution Philips SpeechLive.

How to Turn Your BlackBerry into a Mobile Dictation Recorder with an Integrated Transcription Servic ...

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Mobile dictation for enhanced productivity

The new Philips Dictation Recorder for BlackBerry allows users to dictate on the go, no matter where they are at the moment. Recordings can be professionally edited, assigned priorities and key words for easy categorization and then be securely sent by either email or fed into their SpeechExec workflow solution. The easy to use app offers professionals greater flexibility, reduces document turnaround cycles and ultimately reduces costs.

“Digital dictation is not just for lawyers and doctors. Today every professional can save time and money by using a voice recorder such as the Philips Dictation Recorder for smartphones. The Philips dictation recorder for Smartphones transforms every phone into a professional dictation device” explains Dr. Thomas Brauner, CEO of Speech Processing Solutions.

Connect with SpeechLive and benefit even more

The new Philips Dictation Recorder for BlackBerry 10 app allows users to take advantage of the new cloud-based dictation workflow. Professionals tired of typing can now simply send their dictations straight from their BlackBerry device to be transcribed.* Professional transcriptionists will quickly type up the recording and send back a finished text file.

“The new Philips Dictation Recorder for BlackBerry 10 app gives users the opportunity to really make the most of their time. From now on, you can be efficient anywhere. Whether you are on a train, at the airport or abroad on a business trip. If you connect your BlackBerry with SpeechLive, you have the perfect dictation workflow solution in the palm of your hand,” says Dr. Thomas Brauner, CEO of Speech Processing Solutions.

The Philips Dictation Recorder is also available for all other major mobile platforms. To find out more, please visit your app store or: www.philips.com/dictation

*Language and country limitations may apply to the transcription service, please check with your local Philips dealer.

About Speech Processing Solutions:

Speech Processing Solutions is the global number one in professional dictation. Founded in Austria in 1954 as part of Philips, the company has been the driving force in speech-to-text innovations for over 60 years. Always striving for excellence and putting emphasis on outstanding quality, the company has designed groundbreaking products, such as the portable Philips Pocket Memo voice recorder, the Philips SpeechMike Premium dictation microphone and the Philips SpeechExec dictation recorder app for smartphones. The latest innovation, Philips SpeechLive, makes dictation quicker and more convenient than ever before, by bringing secure dictation workflow to the cloud. With solutions perfectly tailored to individual industry needs, Speech Processing Solutions saves professionals’ time and resources, allowing them to work as efficiently as possible.

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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