Improving workforce productivity is expected to be a top accomplishment for
chief information officers in 2011, according to a recently released report from
CIO magazine that gauges the year ahead for IT departments.

What many CIOs may not realize is that productivity goals may be attained
through the use of a digital dictation platform.

According to the magazine’s survey, 2011 State of the CIO, 67 respondents
cited productivity gains as their top expected accomplishment this year. It’s
the third straight year the category has led the list. Last year, 63 percent
recognized workforce productivity as a key contribution, an increase over the 49
percent in 2009.

Experts and adopters of the technology agree that digital dictation is an
excellent way to boost both efficiency and productivity. The technology has been
shown to streamline report processes and reduce the turnaround time.

The healthcare industry and court systems have been among the biggest
proponents of digital dictation, but the technology is useful in a range of

American Dictation  Corp. is an online resource for companies looking to deploy
digital dictation, speech recognition and transcription. The website offers
expertise and the necessary tools and software to boost the