POWERHOUSE DICTATION

About POWERHOUSE DICTATION

POWERHOUSE DICTATION is proud to represent both Philips and Winscribe as the exclusive and official importer and distributor, as well as Nuance as a sub-distributor for their respective voice processing solution for Southern Africa.

Working closely with the above-mentioned companies, we custom design and implement solutions based on the specific needs of you, our valued customer.

Using the most advanced leading-edge technology and software based applications available, combined with our eighteen years of experience, we aim to exceed your expectations when it comes to providing you with a custom designed workflow to improve and enhance the productivity and efficiency in your working environment.

Our customers include Legal Firms, Healthcare Institutions, Blue Chip Corporates, Government Departments, as well the individual.

Visit our website at www.speech.co.za for any product information

 

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