Dec. 18, 2006 – The Australian based voice recognition and digital dictation solutions company Project Speech today announced a strategic partnership being formed with the Indian company Dictation Devices.
Grant McCarthy, Project Speech’s Asian Director, commented that “this is an exciting step for our company as the Indian market place holds an abundance of opportunities. In Dictation Devices we have found a partner that not only understands our product set, but has a deep and long standing track record in successfully providing solutions to the professional services and medical communities in India”.
Nikhil Kulkarni, Managing Director of Dictation Devices, commented that ‘we are excited to be the first company in India to be able to offer the speech recognition software provided by Project Speech. This solution is by far the global standard in medical and legal practices for voice to text transcription. We look forward to offering the product to an ever expanding Indian market’.
Nicholas Assef, chairman of Project Speech and Managing Director of the boutique investment bank Lincoln Crowne and Company, stated that ” Project Speech is committed to expanding its already significant presence in the Asian market place. We anticipate that further strategic partnerships will be announced in the coming weeks”.
About Project Speech
Project Speech is a technology services Company that specialises in the provision of voice recognition, digital dictation and network services solutions. The Company’s clients are principally in the medical and professional services communities.
The application of the technology in the workplace dramatically improves productivity in document production and publication.
Project Speech has expanded from its Australian origins to now have operations in Singapore, and clients in Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Singapore and hopefully soon India.
About Digital Dictation Devices
Dictation Devices based in Mumbai India is a hardware and software solutions company focused on providing dictation systems to professional service organisations.
It currently represents Philips for digital recording hardware devices.
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