BigHand is pleased to announce the addition of speech recognition capabilities to its secure hosted dictation solution, BigHand Professional, an exciting advancement for solo and small law firms looking for transcription alternatives. This new functionality features the Dragon SDK (software developer kit) from Nuance, hosted in BigHand's secure cloud infrastructure and embedded within the BigHand Professional Edition technology.
One of the main benefits of this enhancement is that users are able to build their own customized, individual speech profile that is specific to their voice, rather than a generic, public profile. This allows for greater accuracy and precision in voice-to-text translation for legal work. Accuracy rates actually improve with use, and the entire solution is hosted in a secure environment built specifically with the confidentiality needs of lawyers and other professionals in mind.
Another benefit of this enhancement is that unlike similar systems, there is no limit to the volume of speech that can be converted to text on the BigHand system. Many alternative solutions have a time limit for speech-to-text conversion in the cloud. In addition, with the BigHand solution, speech is typically returned as text within minutes or hours depending on the length of the dictation submitted, with a maximum guideline of a 48-hour turnaround time with the service.
The speech recognition module is sold as an add-on to the core BigHand Professional dictation annual subscription, and is available immediately in the US,
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