Seminar Transcription Services
Any progressive organization today relies on periodic conferences or seminars to achieve exchange of information and ideas at regional, national or international levels. Conversion of audio or video coverage of such events into text output is known as conference or seminar transcription where Transcriptionwave is a reputed authority.
Such services can also be used for routine lectures, presentations, round table discussions, road shows, workshops and Q & A sessions, so that a permanent record of the event can be generated for participants as also for circulation and for the sake of posterity.
Take for example, an international seminar on a medical specialty field where latest research findings and case histories are shared and exchanged among people of different nationalities, speaking in assorted languages. Their varying accents and dictions should not be lost on the audience as they may not have the required clarity at the time of delivery and it will be left to experienced transcriptionists to decipher the details and nuances of all such presentations and discussions and make them available to all the participants by way of accurate transcripts of the proceedings.
We are on the regular outsourcing panel of many United Nations sponsored organizations, based in New York and Geneva. Such transcription works are notified in advance, enabling us to specially train our transcriptionists on the subject of the conference or seminar and deploy them to transfer the audio and video content to neat, error-free transcripts within record turnaround time so that all participants can have the text version of the proceedings obtained as record even before the closing of the event.
Our vast experience in transcribing conference and seminars worldwide could even be put to good use and help you plan any event to the last detail. All you need to do is to access our 24 x 7 x 365 days support team based in USA and a package deal can be put in place way ahead of the dates to enable you concentrate more on the contents of the deliberations rather than worry about generating an authentic record of the proceedings.