Brand-new SpeechLive website launched

Philips increases customer engagement with its brand-new SpeechLive website

SpeechLive continues to lead the way in cloud-based speech-to-text solutions


Speech Processing Solutions, the leader in professional speech-to-text solutions, has launched a new website for its web-based dictation and transcription solution Philips SpeechLive. The cloud-based solution helps customers convert their voice into text and create documents in the most efficient and accurate way, increasing their efficiency and allowing them to focus on their core tasks.

SpeechLive is a subscription software that has gained increased popularity with the rising importance of remote working over the past months as it caters to a mobile workforce. Whether customers work in an office with a voice recorder or from home using their smartphone, Philips SpeechLive allows them to turn voice into text as quickly and easily as possible. Thanks to the integrated workflow capabilities the solution can help maintain working processes and supports virtual collaboration with team members even if the work location changes.

The new website centers around potential customers and how they can benefit from the solution. It clearly focuses on showing how the software can solve customers’ pain points and make their work life easier.

Online customer engagement

Speechlive.com also features new tools for improved customer engagement. Website visitors can make use of a chat feature to get in touch with product experts directly. In addition, they can book a product demo on the website. This way potentially interested website users can gain further insight into the product. Philips continues to offer a 30-day free trial of SpeechLive on the website.

www.speechlive.com 

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Speech Processing Solutions is the global number one in professional dictation. Founded in Austria in 1954 as part of Philips, the company has been the driving force in speech-to-text innovations for over 60 years.
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