London Local Authorities confirm SRC WinScribe digital dictation system market leadership position

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SRC, the exclusive WinScribe Platinum partner, today announced that it has been selected to roll out the world leading WinScribe digital dictation solution to in-house legal departments at The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and at The London Borough of Lambeth. Every London Borough that has invested in a digital dictation solution in the last two years has selected a WinScribe based solution.

SRC, the exclusive WinScribe Platinum partner, today announced that it has been selected to roll out the world leading WinScribe digital dictation solution to in-house legal departments at The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and at The London Borough of Lambeth. Every London Borough that has invested in a digital dictation solution in the last two years has selected a WinScribe based solution.

The systems will enable both Legal Departments to meet their objective of increasing fee earner and secretary productivity and improve the service provided by speeding up document turnaround times.

Speaking about the decision to select SRC, Don Pitts, Legal Services Business Manager for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, said: "Given our commitment to improved working practices we looked at all the leading players and found the SRC WinScribe solution offered the best technology to match our requirements. This, complimented by their professionalism, well-thought out services and delivery expertise in local authorities, made SRC the obvious partner for us."

Gerard Kamath, Business Manager at Lambeth, commenting on the decision to select SRC said: "Based on an exhaustive analysis of the functional capabilities of the WinScribe, Big Hand and N Flow systems, we concluded that WinScribe has consistently shown technology leadership with innovations in remote working support, automated document return facilities and, most recently, integrated speech recognition." Deployment will start in January.

Chris Hart, CEO SRC commented: "This is a ringing endorsement of SRC and the WinScribe system. In the last year we have established a market leadership position in supplying to Local Authorities, with over 30 local authorities now using the WinScribe solution. We are very pleased to be working with the Royal Borough and with Lambeth Council to help them provide a better service to their residents."

This latest news from SRC comes on the back of its announcement in May that SRC are also the confirmed leader in providing dictation solutions to the Patents Attorney and Surveying markets.

For more information about SRC's products and services please visit http://www.src.co.uk

For more information about The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea please visit http://www.rbkc.gov.uk

For more information about The London Borough of Lambeth please visit http://www.lambeth.gov.uk

About SRC:
SRC are the UK's leading document creation professionals. The company's mission is to ensure its customers achieve cost savings and productivity improvements through the delivery, implementation and support of leading edge document creation technologies.

SRC provides consultancy for all elements of the professional document creation process together with high-quality delivery, implementation and support services. SRC's teams combine years of industry experience with the ability and commitment to deliver solutions that not only meet but exceed customers' objectives.

SRC only partners with best-of-breed, global technology providers, including WinScribe, Nuance, Olympus, Philips, Grundig and Workshare. The company is the UK's exclusive WinScribe Platinum Partner and is the holder of several Dragon NaturallySpeaking Partner Awards recognising the high quality of its speech recognition solutions. SRC is a Microsoft Certified Partner.

SRC also sells document creation products via the SRC Direct website.

SRC is privately owned and backed by leading financial institution, Esprit Capital Partners.

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