We chose the Verdatum system as a means to manage peaks in our workflow by outsourcing backlogged transcription projects, and the system has delivered that feature
New York, NY (PRWEB) December 6, 2006
Verdatum is pleased to announce the successful implementation of its seamless transcription support solution for its first Midwest based law firm, McCarty Law. The Appleton, WI based firm has rolled out the Verdatum stand alone digital dictation system and seamlessly integrated secretarial support from the Verdatum's transcription partner, OmniGlobe International.
"We chose the Verdatum system as a means to manage peaks in our workflow by outsourcing backlogged transcription projects, and the system has delivered that feature," said Kurt Wanless Esq. of McCarty Law. "After using the Verdatum system for a few months, we have also found that a digitized dictation system allows our attorneys and support staff to more efficiently manage and communicate concerning projects and deadlines."
"All successful law firms make the delivery of value to their clients their top priority," said John Methfessel, President and CEO of Verdatum. "In an economic environment where it can be difficult to find reasonably priced secretarial support, or where the success and growth of the law firm calls for outsourcing overflow transcription, Verdatum allows any firm to effectively manage the flow of dictation in the office. In addition, through our partnership with OmniGlobe, we can very easily and very economically give the law firm the tools to send it outside the firm for completion at quality levels that meet and often exceed internal support."
"There is no question that Verdatum is the world leader in providing its law firm customers and us as their transcription provider the ultimate in seamless support and ease of use," indicated Jaswinder Matharu, President of OmniGlobe International. "If a firm wants to assign work to us they do so with the click of a mouse, and within one minute it is in our transcriptionists work queue. The lawyer and firm managers can monitor its progress up to the second and even recall the work if they wish. We function as an extension of the law firm's workforce, as if we were present physically in their office, through the use of Verdatum."
Verdatum produces digital dictation systems (DDS) designed to replace analog (tape-based) dictation so that dictation may be tracked and managed on the network just as documents are. Verdatum solutions either tightly integrate with document management systems or operate as a stand-alone. The company is headquartered in New York, NY and serves law firms in the US, Canada, Australia and Chile. Its management has over 50 years combined experience in legal practice, management, and IT administration. The company counts as customers law firms ranging in size from 20 attorneys to over 500. To learn more, visit the company's website @ http://www.verdatumsys.com
John Methfessel, President