SimulScribe Delivers Voice Transcription with New Private Label Services

SimulScribe announced at the TMIA conference today a private label offering for carriers and developers of its voice transcription platform.

Any carrier or developer that wants to utilize SimulScribe’s advanced voice-to-text platform can do so using one of three simple-to-integrate application programming interfaces (APIs) made available today by SimulScribe.

SimulScribe’s three segmented, real-time offerings are a first in the voice recognition industry; they include:

1. SimulHybrid: A high accuracy, proven voicemail transcription platform with the same technology that powers PhoneTag and well-known application service providers like British Telecom’s Ribbit. This API uses a proprietary blend of technology and strategic, real-time human correction.

2. SimulAuto: A fully automated voicemail transcription platform that runs on highly advanced recognition technology with SimulScribe’s proprietary models. This platform delivers the highest automated voice recognition in the industry and is available as a cloud service or on premise, behind a firewall for highly data sensitive

3. ScribeALL: A real-time, high accuracy transcription platform designed for any file that needs transcription, regardless of applications.

"For the last two years SimulScribe has focused on building the best voice transcription foundation and we are excited to release it out into the market today,” said James Siminoff, chief executive officer at SimulScribe. "This is proof that when you concentrate on building the product and block out the noise being made in the marketplace, you can leapfrog the competition."

Siminoff added: "We were the first to do voicemail-to-text in the U.S., the first to support a carrier, and now SimulScribe is the first to offer a multi-tiered recognition API; we operate in a highly competitive market and each one of these achievements speak to the commitment of our 10 person team."

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