With so many digital dictation products on the market, it is hard for firms to know which one to choose. But it is better to make a mistake than be left behind, writes Mahshid Rafizadeh
There appears to be a constant stream of entrants into the lucrative market for digital dictation workflow software, with each new vendor offering roughly the same type of solution. As is the case with other solution offerings, the number of vendors will eventually level out, leaving two groups of players – the dominant vendors and the innovative vendors.
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