More Than Just an EHR Company

Mighty Oak Technology, Inc. is stepping outside the box of traditional EHR companies by hosting educational seminars to utilize speech recognition software in several professional industries.

Minnetonka, MN, September 07, 2012 --( As a cutting edge EHR company Mighty Oak Technology is several years ahead of their competition. They’ve realized the benefits of becoming more than just an EHR company, they’ve branched out into educational services, hosting and scheduling advanced training seminars for a variety of industries. Last week they hosted a continuing education course for Chiropractors sponsored by the Minnesota Chiropractic Association (MCA).

Similar to other professions Chiropractors are required to obtain continuing education credits to maintain an active license in their respective states. Typically the doctors are required to pay for the courses, however, Mighty Oak Technology offered all members of the Minnesota Chiropractic Association a free continuing education credit seminar at the Bayview Events Center in Excelsior, MN followed by a complimentary boat cruise around Lake Minnetonka. Both the seminar and cruise were well attended.

“The medical industry is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to speech recognition documentation. Once people realize speech recognition can be utilized by anyone that practices dictation the possibilities for us will be endless,” said Matt Richard, Vice President of Mighty Oak Technology. With Dragon Speech recognition software being so versatile and intuitive it is easy for everyone to use the software whether in their personal or professional life.

To schedule your professional group training with Mighty Oak Technology or to learn more about speech recognition software, please visit their website:

Mighty Oak Technology, Inc. Mission Statement:
To sell and support the best software available. We focus on optimizing productivity to effectively save users thousands of dollars in transcription fees while creating the finest documentation. To assist practitioners incorporating speech recognition into daily workflow with a focus on maximizing software interoperability.
Mighty Oak Technology, Inc.
Heather Alexson