London, United Kingdom, May 24, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Users of LOASys’ and DPS Software’s integrated solution are now able to perform dictations straight from their smartphones, from any location with or without Internet access- be it their office, court or home.
The recent advancement in the integration of the two products- voice-recognition and case management software- allows fee earners to complete more work on the go, whilst also decreasing the administrative burden usually associated with the management of a case.
"Gone are the days when fee earners wielded a simple set of tools to do their jobs; nowadays they use whatever device is most convenient at a particular time. With smartphones gaining in popularity, it seemed appropriate to us to make our software solutions in general- and this joint solution- in particular mobile-friendly," comments Osman Ismail, Managing Director at DPS Software.
The integration between the two products facilitates the processing of dictations as these are automatically transcribed by the LOASys voice recognition solution and saved as fully formatted Microsoft Word documents against the required case or matter in DPS’s case management system- Outlook Office.
Users can select the required template option configured in DPS before dictating to ensure that the final document has the correct format and is auto-populated with the correct information. The final document can be edited at the end of the process. Recordings can be played in sync with the text to verify the accuracy of the transcription.
Available as a hosted desktop application, the solution is provided as part of DPSCloud- DPS’s hosted IT platform- on a per user, per month basis, giving users more flexibility in deciding when to enable this option and how to use it.
The LOASys voice recognition system is a valuable addition to the range of software solutions available through DPSCloud, a platform which provides legal businesses with all the standard and specialist applications they need, from anti-virus software to legal accounting systems.
Terry Elwell, Managing Director at LOASys said: "LOASys provides law firms with a time and cost-efficient way to produce non-standard documents and this new integration with DPS gives users this capability from within their case management system. Attendance notes, statements, contracts etc., as well as correspondence, can be dictated and returned to the author often within seconds."
Bivonas, a City-based law firm specialising in commercial litigation and civil fraud are one of DPS ‘s clients making use of this joint solution to release their staff from time-consuming typing duties, reduce costs and speed up the processing of cases.