SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - Apr 29, 2011) - With the pending shutdown of Nuance's "Jott" service, Quicktate has announced a special promotion for all Jott subscribers.
Starting today and continuing through June 30, any Jott subscriber that signs up with Quicktate will receive an instant $20 credit to their account.
According to CEO Lee Dorfman, "Quicktate has no monthly charges and all transcription is billed by the word. Regular transcription is billed at just 1 1/4 cents per word and customers may dictate both long and short files."
Quicktate offers three types of transcription: General, Legal, and (HIPAA compliant) Medical. Users dial (888) 222-NOTE to dictate a myriad of documents such as personal notes, reminders, emails, letters, inspection reports and patient notes. Finished transcripts may be retrieved by email or by logging in to the user's account. In addition, users may opt to have their transcripts automatically submitted to Evernote to enable key word searching.
Jott subscribers may take advantage of this offer by signing up at http://quicktate.com, and entering promo code JOTT.
Quicktate provides high quality speech transcription, which easily integrates into existing services using a flexible API. Current applications include call auditing, transcribing voicemail messages, conference calls, iPhone and BlackBerry voice recordings, and medical and legal dictations.
Popular projects include TweetCall (http://tweetcall.com), a service which allows users to dial (877)Tweet-Call and speak their tweets which are then transcribed and automatically published to Twitter, and CallTroops (http://CallTroops.US) (800) Do-Call-Troops, a free service that delivers transcribed messages to US servicemen and women serving abroad.
Quicktate and its sister company iDictate (http://idictate.com) provide transcription service to customers on 5 continents.
Quicktate and iDictate are based in San Francisco, California.