Price Cut

We are pleased to announce an across-the-board 20% drop in our pricing effective today. Our new transcription rates are as follows:

Scribie New Transcription Rates
Old New Savings
Budget $0.75/min $0.60/min 20%
Regular $1.50/min $1.20/min 20%
Express $3.00/min $2.40/min 20%

We started with the mission to build the best place for transcription; both for transcribers and customers. We have been relentlessly pursuing our goal and recently have built technology that helps reduce the time and effort of transcribers, without compromising accuracy in any way. We are happy to pass on the savings to our customers.

We have always stood for accuracy and our goal has been to provide the highest quality transcript, at the lowest possible cost. However, we still want to compensate our transcribers fairly. The only way to solve this problem was with technology. Our tech has now been rolled out in production and we are happy to reach this milestone. This is the real test of whether our tech is good enough or not!

We will be talking more about our tech here in the coming days. So check back here if you’re interested in the details. In the meantime, upload your files online and order transcripts online to enjoy the benefits tech can offer with our reduced pricing.

 

Free Podcast Transcript: Story in a Bottle

Elizabeth Osder – Story in a Bottle

We are happy to present another Free Podcast Transcript: Story in a Bottle, Episode 98 titled Elizabeth Osder. We transcribe podcasts free of charge for the benefit of the community. You can learn more about our Free Podcast Transcription program at the following link. Continue reading “Free Podcast Transcript: Story in a Bottle”

Speech Recognition Software Falls Short on Transcription

Human Transcription is better

The Foibles of Speech Recognition

 

In this day and age, more and more of what we are doing is becoming automated. One example would be banking. You don’t have to go to a bank anymore to deposit or transfer money. You can do that from an app or just log on to their website. Some banks don’t even have physical buildings. Human interaction and the component of business is becoming more and more limited. Continue reading “Speech Recognition Software Falls Short on Transcription”