- DPS expand their market
In just one month, DPS Software have signed four new clients. Nottingham Trent University (NTU), Jackson Parton Shipping Solicitors, Davies & Davies Associates and Clark Willis Law Firm have all chosen DPS Software as their preferred supplier...
- BigHand speech recognition module expedites out-of-hours document production
BigHand's integrated Speech Recognition Module enables authors to dictate using their smartphone and receive text back via email, expediting out-of-hours document production
BigHand, the leading voice productivity vendor...
- Switch to BigHand delivers better service for Farleys Solicitors
BigHand, the leading voice productivity vendor in the legal and professional services community, has today announced that Farleys Solicitors has switched from its incumbent digital dictation system to BigHand. BigHand enterprise software has been...
- Sills & Betteridge Turn to FWBS to Improve Front and Back Office Operations
FWBS are pleased to announce that leading Lincolnshire law firm Sills & Betteridge have selected FWBS MatterCentre integrated with Indigo PracticeCentre to improve front and back office operations and drive their process improvement firm wide...
- nFlow Digital Dictation Gaining Pace in Scotland
nFlow, a leading supplier of digital dictation and voice productivity solutions, today announced that Mellicks Solicitors, a Scottish legal practice, has implemented nFlow Version 5.0, a second generation, Microsoft .NET platform-based Digital...
- Increase productivity with flexible mobile dictation
In today's challenging business environment, mobility and flexibility are critical to the survival and productivity of any business. Digital dictation devices streamline the process of producing documents from dictation. When these devices are...
- Leading Scottish Law Firm Implements nFlow Digital Dictation For Citrix
nFlow, a leading supplier of digital dictation and voice productivity solutions, announces that Wright Johnston & Mackenzie LLP (WJM), a leading Scotland-based independent law firm, has successfully implemented its Digital Dictation System (...
- Leeds Law Firm Implements .NET-based Digital Dictation
nFlow, a leading supplier of digital dictation solutions, today announced that Lee & Priestley LLP, a leading Leeds-based law firm, has successfully implemented nFlow Version 5.0, a second generation, Microsoft .NET platform-based Digital...
- nFlow Scoops Medal at the UK's Most Influential IT Industry Awards
nFlow, a leading provider of voice productivity and digital dictation solutions, was presented with a Medal in the 'Best Small IT Supplier of the Year' category at the prestigious BCS & Computing UK IT Industry Awards 2009 - Organisational...
- TFB and nFlow Offer Integrated Solution to the Legal Sector
TFB plc has today announced that their leading practice and case management system, Partner for Windows, now offers integration capability with one of the leading digital dictation solutions,...
- Top 100 Law Firm Brodies Upgrades to BigHand Digital Dictation
BigHand, the leading voice productivity vendor in the professional services and public sector community, has today announced that law firm Brodies LLP, ranked within the Top 100 law firms in the UK and the largest in Scotland, has replaced its...
- nFlow to Demo Speech Recognition Technology at its 2010 Annual Conference
nFlow, a leading supplier of digital dictation and voice productivity solutions, today announced the dates for its Annual Conference 2010. Adopting a different format for the event this year, nFlow will visit Bristol (11th March), London (16th...
- Digital dictation tour - Winscribe - Features, benefits & use cases
Winscribe Dictation 4.1 -
Find out why Winscribe is one of the most playfully easy, yet incredibly powerful digital dictation solutions available. This video introduces Winscribe Dictation...
- SRC Speech Recognition Winscribe
Since time is short, we've set up a two minute video to introduce you to one of our solutions...
- SRC's 60 second speech recognition challenge
A Speech Recognition author and a fast typist race against the clock to see who can do the most amount of work in 60 seconds using SRC's Speech Recognition solution. Is the voice mightier than the keyboard?