New York, NY (PRWEB) February 4, 2008
WinScribe announced today that the newest component of the WinScribe Mobility Suite, which supports BlackBerry® smartphones, will be released February 6, 2008. The new application will be on display at ALM's Legal Tech New York show being held at the Hilton New York Hotel February 5 - 7, 2008.
WinScribe offers a sleek dictation application for BlackBerry smartphones. The application streamlines and simplifies the dictation process and speeds up work turnaround with its fully featured finger touch control, secure voice and data transmission, speech recognition integration and online/offline functionality.
WinScribe will be demonstrating this functionality and discuss the benefits at BlackBerry booth (#2008/2010) at LegalTech New York on February 6th from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Demonstrations will be performed at WinScribe's booth (#2109/2111) during conference hours February 5th, 6th and 7th. Visitors will have the opportunity to request a free, 60 day test-drive of the WinScribe application for BlackBerry smartphones.
Thring Townsend Lee & Pembertons a leading law firm in the UK participated in the worldwide WinScribe Beta program. "WinScribe has hit the mark with their BlackBerry® application. Rather than carrying around several devices, WinScribe's key objective was to make life easier for the mobile lawyer by combining the accessibility of all applications onto one device" said Russell Mitchell of Thring Townsend.
"Business is increasingly mobile and workers are unable to be constrained to a fixed location," said Brian Allan Vice President Global Marketing at WinScribe. "The BlackBerry® platform is the de facto standard for mobile professionals and working with Research In Motion through the BlackBerry® ISV Alliance Program has helped to provide WinScribe with the resources, support, and tools we needed to develop, market, and sell worldwide. The release of our innovative application for BlackBerry smartphones is great news for our 3,500 customer sites."
Legal professionals around the world continue to embrace the BlackBerry platform for its ability to help them increase efficiency and deliver higher quality service to their clients," said Jeff McDowell, Vice President, Global Alliances at Research In Motion. "WinScribe is an excellent example of a value-added application for BlackBerry smartphones that enables greater convenience and productivity for legal professionals throughout the day."
WinScribe will also take part in the BlackBerry SuperSession event, which will highlight the latest technological advances on the BlackBerry platform and demonstrate how mobile applications for law firms can help them increase client satisfaction, billable hours and productivity, reduce cost, and sharpen the organization's competitive advantage. WinScribe's segment entitled Using Your BlackBerry to Go Beyond Digital Dictation will be at 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 6th in Nassau B.
WinScribe is a world leading provider of digital dictation software supporting business requirements for digital dictation, transcription, voice recognition, and workflow management. Founded in 1989, WinScribe has offices in the USA, UK, New Zealand and Switzerland, with more than 100 sales partners in over 25 countries supporting more than 300,000 users worldwide.
The WinScribe solution is built on Microsoft architecture, to ensure easy integration and maintenance. WinScribe also supports a wide range of manufacturer-independent dictation devices and is scalable from small, single office locations up to large multinational corporations. WinScribe is fully customizable to meet the needs of a number of significant vertical markets including Legal, Law Enforcement, Healthcare, Transcription, Insurance and Government Sectors.
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