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Case study: Empowering the firm for efficient remote working

With a team of 70 dictation users, Ison Harrison implemented SpeechLive to empower their staff with a document production tool that supported staff working remotely. SpeechLive manages the firm’s dictation and transcription work through a cloud platform, allowing solicitors and admin staff to efficiently collaborate from wherever they happen to be.

Intelligent document creation for a new way of working

Digital transformation is not sparing the legal industry. Ever-increasing regulations and growing competitive pressure are forcing law firms to reassess the way they work to streamline internal processes. Improving the workflow of legal correspondence and documentation is part of that journey – and this is where an innovative document production system with integrated speech recognition can make a difference.

How voice-based document production helps your firm win more business

Throughout the lifecycle management of a client, a great deal of correspondence and documentation is produced. This briefing explains how a speech-to-text document production process can transform client responsiveness and help the firm win more business.

Remote working – Get the most of your virtual team

If you manage or are part of a team that work together but are sited in different locations or working outside traditional office hours, chances are you depend on collaboration and sharing tools to make your work life easier.

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