Vendor Speak - The dictation revolution rolls on
Lawyers are continuing to benefit from an improved administration of justice thanks to digital dictation technology - and the latest hardware is essential in keeping your firm on the front foot
On average, lawyers spend 25% of their working time recording dictations.And it takes a good secretary at least twice as long simply to transcribe the recorded text, which doesn’t even include formatting, printing and mailing. Law firms and courts of law have hitherto tended to use mainly analogue dictation devices, whereby dictations are recorded onto cassette. Granted, there have been minor technological improvements over the years, but the principle behind analogue devices has remained the same for decades.
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