Published by: 1st October 2018at
The latest research from the Cloud Industry Forum (CIF) reveals that the overall cloud adoption rate in the UK now stands at 88 per cent, with 67 per cent of users expecting to increase their adoption of cloud-based services over the coming year. The top four reasons respondents gave for cloud take-up were delivery, flexibility, operational cost savings and scalability with hosted voice recognition.
The legal market has followed this trend with many firms opting for cloud solutions to meet growing client demands and changing office dynamics.
Hosted voice recognition and digital dictation workflow system offers legal firms all of these benefits and more. To reflect modern out-of-office working solutions are created as a mobile-first cloud solution to help organisations create real agile working environments.
With minimal upfront cost and no minimum term contract, hosted voice recognition solutions can considerably reduce a law firm’s voice workflow and dictation costs. Furthermore, there is no need for installation or costly infrastructure which creates a really attractive and flexible proposition for legal firms.
Flexible Mobile Working
Mobile hosted dictation solutions can be available on any device, whether it be mobile, desktop or tablet. This means the user is not limited by device, system specification or otherwise. All the user needs is an internet connection to be able to access their dictations from anywhere, at any time.
Fully integrated within your workflow solution, voice recognition allows you to dictate from any device, electronically sign, send in real time, track and edit your document all within the same system.
The best voice recognition solutions will integrate directly into the law firm’s existing workflow and case management systems, creating an end to end process, helping customers develop an even more seamless workflow solution.
Scalability and flexibility are at the core of I.T hosted solutions. Users and groups can be set up almost instantaneously; allowing managers to limit or increase document accessibility on the go.
Prioritisation can be set by a click of a button to ensure that key documents are produced before tasks of lesser importance. This managerial workflow aid is essential in keeping turnaround time low and client satisfaction high.