A very basic definition of transcription is the taking of data in one format and transferring or converting it to another. In many cases, the audio dictation is captured digitally, or with audio tape, and transferred to either a paper or electronic document. In the case of legal documents, there are several advantages of using a legal transcription company in your practice.

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The first and most obvious benefit is that transcribed data is more legible than reading from jotted notes on a legal pad. Worldwide Dictation offers only the most highly trained transcriptionists in both our legal and medical divisions. Specifically, our transcriptionists are trained and tested in legal terminology and have an in-depth understanding of the various formats of legal documents. With the assistance of a digital recording, our transcriptionists are able to successfully decipher legal notes and transcribe them into an easy-to-read document.

Secondly, transcribed data provides the protection of having more than one copy of the data, so in case your papers or files do get lost, Worldwide Dictation has a back up copy ready for you. The transcribed data can be accessed by computer, and stored more effectively in a database. In addition, you can rest easy knowing that our storage database is extremely safe and secure, so all your transcriptions are invulnerable from outsiders who do not have a username and password provided by Worldwide Dictation. You will also save time and space on your office computers using Worldwide Dictation for your document storage.

In the long run, using a legal transcription company such as Worldwide Dictation will save your firm money, while at the same time providing a professional edge unmatched by any other company in our field. The documents we provide for our clients are of top quality and are professionally edited. For more information about our available services, contact Worldwide Dictation Services at 1-800-442-5993 or email us at Sales@WorldWideDictation.com.