The beginning of a new year is a great time for reflection, so we took stock of the articles that resonated most with our readers in 2018. Garnering more than 21,000 readers over the past year, these 5 articles were the most popular on the Ubiqus USA blog! 1. What to Know When Requesting […]More
Ordering a transcript from any court can be confusing. In fact, even people who order court transcripts regularly tend to have several questions on how to go about obtaining them. There are quite a few things that are good to know and, using the New York State Court as an example, following are some factors […]More
Making High-Volume Transcription Requirements Easy to Manage. Client A major insurance company specializing in motor vehicle coverage. Objective The client’s call center receives 1,000+ car insurance claims daily. Each phone call is recorded on a digital server, hundreds of which are flagged as potential litigation matters often requiring an added measure of documentation in the […]More
2016 was record-breaking! View the “2016 UN Week” Infographic! 2016 inspired us to support a cause! 2016 strengthened our relationships! Watch the “NYC Open House” Recap Video! 2016 enabled the sharing of industry expertise! 2016 opened new opportunities for growth! Read the “Chief Operating Officer” Press Release! 2015 was rewarding! Read the “2016 Top 100” […]More
In creative writing classes, they say that you need to give each fictional character their own voice so that the reader can tell who is speaking even when they’re not directly identified. Unfortunately, real life doesn’t always work that way. In real life, people’s voices and patterns of speech are influenced by their upbringing, […]More
2015 was a big year! Read the “Acquisition” Press Release! 2015 was full of growth! Read the “5th Office” Press Release! 2015 strengthened our teams! 2015 was historic! 2015 enabled the sharing of knowledge! 2015 created new relationships! 2015 was rewarding! Read the “2015 Top 100” Press Release! 2015 created synergies! Read the “Shared Office” […]More
Anyone who has ever ordered a transcript will tell you that there is a large difference between Written English and Spoken English. They both share the same sentence structure and grammatical rules, but where Written English flows from topic to topic in a readable fashion, Spoken English is subject to the whims of the […]More
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