Speech Processing Solutions, the leading professional dictation solutions company, has just launched their latest update of Philips SpeechLive cloud dictation workflow solution. The latest release now offers a fully-integrated speech recognition service - supporting 21 different languages - which turns audio recordings into text.
The new Philips speech recognition service allows users to get more done in less time. Everyone from real estate agents, journalists, finance professionals and people in the legal, healthcare and insurance industry can save time and money by having their recordings automatically typed up for them. “Philips SpeechLive allows busy professionals to concentrate on their core competencies and maximize their billable hours.” explains Dr. Thomas Brauner, CEO of Speech Processing Solutions.
Notes, tasks and documents can simply be recorded with a Philips voice recorder or the Philips dictation recorder smartphone app and the SpeechLive speech recognition service transcribes the files almost immediately. The new service is available for 21 different languages. As an introductory offer, Philips is giving its customers 10 free speech recognition minutes per user every month.
Speech Processing Solutions is now the global number one company in professional dictation. Founded in Austria in 1954 as part of Philips, the company has been the driving force in speech-to-text innovations for over 60 years. The company has designed groundbreaking products, such as the portable Philips Pocket Memo voice recorder, the Philips SpeechMike Premium dictation microphone and the Philips dictation recorder app for smartphones. The latest innovation, Philips SpeechLive, makes dictation quicker and more convenient than ever before, by bringing secure dictation workflow to the cloud.
Philips SpeechLive allows users to easily send dictations from anywhere to the cloud and have their assistant transcribe the files for them. Automated forwarding rules between multiple authors and transcriptionists facilitate a smooth workflow. Users can take advantage of the SpeechLive speech recognition service or distribute workload through the SpeechLive transcription service, where industry-specific and trained professionals type up the recordings.
New workflow configuration options allow support for new hardware devices and the option to have up to 50 users per SpeechLive account. Users also benefit from improved SpeechLive browser clients, and the Philips dictation recorder app has also been updated to work in perfect harmony with the new services.
“Philips SpeechLive is perfect for people like me, who are on the go often. I have all my recordings in one place and can send them directly from my mobile phone. This ensures an effectively use of time”, says Dr. Peter Klein, lawyer at PFKA Law Office. “The number of SpeechLive users is growing constantly, and both authors and transcriptionists agree that the solution increases their company’s productivity” adds Dr. Brauner.