Auckland, New Zealand (PRWEB) December 2, 2009
ALB Legal News in Australia recently announced the winners of their Service Provider Awards for 2009. Readers voted for WinScribe, market innovator in digital dictation, transcription, and workflow management solutions as Dictation/Transcription Provider for 2009.
WinScribe was selected from a number of providers that includes BigHand, Quickscribe and Speech Recognition Australia. The award, announced November 19, 2009, was voted on by the readership of ALB Legal News for products that end users say make their working lives easier.
“WinScribe Dictation v. 4.0, our newest version, has evolved purely from customer feedback,” explains Matthew Weavers, Chief Executive Officer. “Continuous innovation through reinvestment into R&D means our customers always have the best product we can provide” said Weavers.”Being able to reinvest heavily in product development makes us a commercially sustainable business and helps us to maintain a market lead whilst others play catch up.
Weavers explained, “We are delighted that we won this award because it is one that is voted on by our customers. Receiving accolades from our customer base is the highest reward we could ever ask for.”
WinScribe is a world leading provider of digital dictation software supporting business requirements for digital dictation, transcription, voice recognition, and workflow management. Founded in 1995, WinScribe has offices in the USA, UK, New Zealand, Australia and Switzerland, with more than 100 sales partners in over 25 countries supporting more than 350,000 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.