Doris Wong, while President of the National Court Reporters Association from 1980 to 1981, took a bold move and embraced computer aided-transcription. That decision dramatically changed the profession. Where once court reporters manually typed their transcript, the newly developed software translated their steno notes into English. As technology advanced, new products such as compressed transcripts with word index have become indispensable to our clients, and services like realtime have become our profession’s gold standard.
Going digital means better products and services with more versatility. Digital means interactive realtime and file formats which include ASCII TXT files, compressed transcripts with an interactive word index in PDF, standard PDF files, and PTX.
We research and invest in the latest technologies that make sense to the end user – our clients. Always pushing the envelope, a few years back we were one of the first firms in the nation to utilize just-released software to provide iCVNet realtime services over the Cloud for a daily copy arbitration that involved over 40 counsel participating from all around the country. Read More
Steno machines have gone from a paper feed to electronic cassette, floppy disk, and then serial connections. Today steno machines are connected to laptops and tablets via USB cables or wirelessly.