While it might seem to be more commonly used in traditional professional environments, dictation isn’t just for attorneys, physicians and insurance adjusters. It can help any professional work more efficiently and productively — and truly make every minute of their time count.
In fact, sometimes dictation works best in highly mobile, non-traditional work environments. Bob Davis, CEO of Bell Fish Company in Indiana, is a perfect example of this. Bell Fish Company is a growing, innovative food tech company that sustainably grows great-tasting, high-quality, fresh Steelhead and Coho Salmon, free of antibiotics, added hormones, or any other additives.
Bell Fish Company’s next-gen farming process, called a recirculation aquaculture system, has the lowest environmental impact of any protein source, whether beef, pork, poultry, or other fish.
For the past three years, Davis estimates he has traveled 75 to 85 percent of each week meeting with customers, building his management team, and meeting with his partners and prospective investors.
To stay productive while travelling, Davis relies heavily on voice technology. Davis is a long-time dictation user, having employed dictation and transcription to create documents and capture ideas and plans since he was in college in the 1980s. Recently, Davis began using the Philips SpeechAir touchscreen smart voice recorder, the ideal voice technology tool for mobile professionals.
“I like the SpeechAir better than my traditional digital recorder,” Davis says. “For road warriors like me, it has everything I need.”