Stenograph Announces Phoenix™ Automatic Speech Recognition Engine

Stenograph, LLC, the leader in legal transcription technology, announces Phoenix, an Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) engine, designed specifically for the court reporting and legal transcription industry to increase productivity and profitability of reporters, court reporting agencies, as well as transcription service providers. Unlike other ASR engines on the market, Phoenix leverages Stenograph’s decades of knowledge of legal terminology, formatting, and editing to provide a solution that is purpose built for the legal industry.

“Stenograph has always led the court reporting and legal transcription industry in innovation to serve the purpose of justice globally,” said Anir Dutta, President of Stenograph. “From the first shorthand machine to the first paperless writer, from audio backup to cloud backup, from RealTeam™ to CaseViewNet®, we have always striven to provide technology that is geared towards enhancing the productivity and profitability for all stakeholders of the court reporting ecosystem. Phoenix is just another step in our journey of continuous innovation. It is a productivity tool which will change the way reporters and agencies produce verbatim transcripts.”

The Phoenix ASR engine will be incorporated into solutions that will support steno, voice, and digital methods with products such as CATalyst™ Proof It, MAXScribe™ Desktop, and CATalyst VP. This is a step towards bridging the increasingly widening gap between supply and demand for quality legal transcripts by improving efficiencies up to 50%. In addition, Stenograph will also provide integrated white label solutions to service providers to incorporate Phoenix into transcription platforms for increasing productivity and profitability of such providers.

“Stenograph is bringing the first custom-built ASR engine to market to support all of our customers and enhance efficiency. It is important to Stenograph that, as the market demands quick turnaround times, high accuracy rates, and more pages being produced more quickly, we continue to innovate to help our customers solve problems,” said Dan Denofsky, Vice President of Marketing. “We are totally dedicated to providing tools that will help customers capture, preserve, and access verbatim records.”

For more information on Stenograph solutions, please visit www.stenograph.com.

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