Philips SpeechLive now supports direct speech recognition in third-party applications

A new desktop and mobile app help customers increase voice productivity

 

Speech Processing Solutions, the world’s number one in professional dictation, announced the latest innovation to their web-based dictation and transcription solution, Philips SpeechLive: Thanks to the new desktop app for Windows, users can now dictate directly into any third-party applications. 

 

To meet the increasing demand for efficient voice recognition and document creation processes within organizations, Philips SpeechLive now offers its users the freedom to dictate directly into their productivity applications such as Microsoft Word, Outlook or CRM software. The new SpeechLive desktop app allows for a more user-friendly and convenient speech-to-text workflow, which saves the customer even more time and avoids unnecessary errors which can be made by copying and pasting pieces of text from a different window.

More time to focus on what is important

“SpeechLive is setting the pace in the cloud-based dictation and speech-to-text market. Our brand-new SpeechLive desktop app is a big milestone that will save our customers valuable time otherwise wasted on administrative documentation and allow them to focus on their core tasks, such as increasing billable hours”, explains Dr. Thomas Brauner, CEO of Speech Processing Solutions, proudly.

New mobile dictation app

Philips SpeechLive now also comes with a new dedicated mobile app, which allows users to be productive on the go. The app rounds up the company’s software portfolio, allowing SpeechLive customers to turn their voice into text from anywhere, anytime.

For more product information and a free trial, please visit:

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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