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Aside from the standard requirements you may be seeking from a transcription service, those in the legal field often have specific requests of a potential transcription provider. Sure, accuracy and quality of service are must-haves, but when you’re shopping around for a new transcription company, the following questions should be at the front your mind:

1. What’s Your Average Turnaround Time?

Thanks to the nature of the modern world, our lives are inundated with details about violence, humanitarian crises, and natural disasters more than ever before. Images and videos instantly make their way to social media and 24-hour news networks, often showing horrors we’ve never imagined.

Websites in the education sector and large-scale post-secondary institutions with multiple departments, budgets, and capabilities are notoriously behind best practices. Not only are they largely insecure, but their functionality and usefulness to both students and educators alike suffer due to legacy concerns, turnover in IT, and changes in technology.

As the healthcare industry continues to grow and change, staying compliant with current government regulations is essential to the continued success of private practices and large-scale healthcare providers alike. Advances in technology over the last 30 years have pushed the medical field further and faster than ever before, but one thing remains the same: quality and dependability of care for patients everywhere.

No matter if you’re a YouTuber, streamer, advertiser, or a small business owner looking to leverage the most popular video platform on Earth , you should know by now that simply uploading your latest creation and hoping for the best won’t result in your video going “viral” – or even reaching your target audience. Despite the number of improvements made to the service since its inception in 2005, it’s still unclear how end users are meant to optimize their content to ensure it reaches the largest viewership possible.

Anyone who’s worked with audio knows the difficulty in salvaging a poor original recording. Whether it’s in the legal world recording a deposition or simply trying to understand a voicemail message made with spotty cell phone reception, there’s little you can do if the original file is damaged or recorded incorrectly.

If your business that incorporates video presentations, interviews, or informational clips on your website, you’re doing yourself and your users a disservice if you’re not taking advantage of cost-effective video transcription services.

Subtitling for quicker Video search

By: admin

14 Feb 2017

Closed captioning or subtitling was introduced in the early 1970s for the benefit of the deaf and hearing impaired. The concept also became popular for people who could not comprehend a non-native language. It is also used in noisy environments or public places where the audio is usually muted. Formerly, closed captioning indicated that the captions had to be activated; open captioning was visible to all viewers. Today, the terms subtitling and closed captioning are more or less synonymous.

Broader Reach

Organizations in industries such as healthcare, legal, and education discovering the many benefits of outsourcing their transcription needs to third-party transcription service providers. Technological advancements such as digital recording and technology has made outsourcing transcription projects easier than ever while helping companies streamline their costs.

Eliminate staffing costs and issues by outsourcing medical transcription services.

If you use outside sources to help with your transcription, you are certainly not alone. Nearly half of all transcription duties are now outsourced, and the trend is growing. After all, it’s not easy – or inexpensive – to keep trained, experienced transcriptionists on your staff. e24 Technologies dba Transcriptionhub is the perfect alternative to dealing with the complex issues involved in recruiting, staffing and managing qualified transcriptionists internally.