Winscribe Becomes a Thomson Reuters Elite Integration Partner
Thomson Reuters Elite, part of Thomson Reuters Legal, has forged an integration partnership with Winscribe, a supplier of digital dictation technology.
Winscribe Dictation, the company's workflow and speech productivity solution, can now be seamlessly integrated with the client and matter management system MatterSphere, a component of the Elite Enterprise Business Management Solution.
By leveraging Winscribe's smartphone dictation apps, speech recognition software, and external transcription solutions, MatterSphere will be able to provide clients with productivity tools to view and manage day-to-day activities. The integration will deliver highly streamlined document management workflows.
"Winscribe has a long tradition of delivering time and cost-saving solutions to the legal industry, and this exciting new partnership puts innovation at the heart of Elite clients' document management and dictation needs," said Pierre Corboz, director of product strategy at Winscribe, in a statement. "Bringing to bear functionality delivered by cutting-edge technologies, we are thrilled to be able to help MatterSphere users improve their daily productivity through our integrated suite of services."
"The seamless integration between Winscribe Dictation and MatterSphere enables Elite clients to significantly reduce their workloads and the marginal costs of searching," said Elisabet Hardy, vice president of product management at Elite, in a statement. "Winscribe's innovative technology, combined with its frictionless integration of data types and extensive subject matter expertise, will equip clients with the tools they need to see a marked improvement in efficiency and quality of documents delivered."
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The partnership is expected to yield fully integrated documentation and transcription solutions.