Professional solutions for the legal industry
Philips dictation recorders and software offer the perfect solution for legal professionals in small, mid-sized or large law firms, corporate legal departments or courts.
Legal professionals often have to handle large amounts of correspondence and documentation daily. Philips dictation solutions support them managing their work load, lower their administrative costs and increase their efficiency and profits.
When I am in the car after visiting a client, I have the whole conversation worked out in my head, or the letters I want to draft, or the procedural documents I need to prepare. I can do this straightaway.
Employment lawyer, Kaper Nooijen Advocaten, Eindhoven, Netherlands
Best audio quality and 100% security
Dictating is said to be on average at least seven times quicker than typing. The Philips Pocket Memo voice recorder or the brand-new Philips SpeechAir smart voice recorder with their breakthrough 3D Mic technology deliver best audio quality in any recording situation. The devices offer a slide switch, perfect ergonomics for working over longer periods of time and a state of the art integrated barcode scanner, which enables to link client data to a recording by simply scanning over a barcode.
Furthermore, the Speech Air convinces due to Wi-Fi & Bluetooth function, an integrated camera and a gorilla glass display. Safety and security are very important. The Philips Pocket Memo series and the SpeechAir offer real time file encryption and a PIN lock, to protect the devices against unauthorized use or file playback.
Increased efficiency and sped up document turnaround
Coupled with SpeechExec software for efficient data management or the mobile cloud dictation solution SpeechLive, going from voice to a text document has never been quicker. Dictations can either be forwarded automatically to a transcriptionist work list, to an external transcription agency or be fed into speech recognition software, which creates transcribed documents almost instantly. No need for long lag times or waiting for the cassette to be picked up by a transcriptionist. The software can be rolled out centrally and works in mixed environments.