We are honored to be recognized again this year as the number one digital dictation provider, as well as earning the top honor for BigHand Create in the macro and template package category.
CHICAGO (PRWEB) December 21, 2017
BigHand, a leading provider of voice, workflow and document creation technologies, today announces their number one position in two categories of this year’s ILTA Technology Survey. The survey, which was released on December 20, 2017, recognizes BigHand as the number one digital dictation solution, as well as surpassing the competition to achieve the number one position for macro and template package solutions with BigHand Create.
BigHand’s digital dictation solution has a 46% market share in firms over 150 attorneys, according to the survey. And BigHand Create, their market-leading document formatting and template tool, has reclaimed the top spot among macro and template software providers.
Eric Wangler, President, BigHand North America said, “We are honored to be recognized again this year as the number one digital dictation provider, as well as earning the top honor for BigHand Create in the macro and template package category.” Furthermore, he mentioned, “BigHand is dedicated to providing our customers with tools that not only help people achieve more in less time, but also drive value for the firm and their clients. A great example is the work we completed in 2017 to integrate these two top-performing software packages, allowing a seamless workflow between our digital dictation product and our document creation software. This integration is adding significant value to our clients by increasing efficiency for attorneys and their staff. Being recognized as the number one provider by ILTA in these areas is the ultimate compliment for our business, however, we are equally proud of being recognized in the ILTA survey as a vendor that has ‘done an outstanding job in terms of product quality, support and pricing.’ Our entire team shares in this recognition, because they earn it every day!”
The International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) has conducted their Technology Survey every year since 1989, to provide an in-depth analysis of the buying decisions of over 500 law firms. The highly regarded study is key in capturing the technology trends in the legal industry year after year. The annual Technology Survey has become the industry must-have guide for legal technology professionals as they evaluate technology solutions for their firms, and the results are often cited in technology budget proposals, articles and reports.