So, that big meeting or client interaction has been documented with a digital
voice recorder.
The next step, of course, is to convert the audio file into text
using transcription equipment and software, such as the Philips 7277 SpeechExec
Pro Transcription Set.

The Philips 7277 offers all any professional or organization utilizing digital dictation equipment the opportunity to take their deployment to the next level.

While having an audio recording is good, a text document is even better for
sharing and collaborating with colleagues quickly and easily.  With the 7277
and it’s accompanying SpeecExec Pro software, transcribing a file is almost as easy as capturing one.

The system features visual workflow management, which enables a user to
prioritize documents to be transcribed in a specific order. It also has a clear
job overview function, allowing for more efficient organization and planning of
workloads.  Job information columns can provide the user with the length, author name,
key words and priority status of a recording among other customizable information fields.

Of course, the actual transcribing of an audio file is made easier with the
use of a foot pedal to control playback. The ability to play back rich DS2 sound quality also allows the
user to clearly hear the recording to first time through, lessening the need
for tedious rewinding and fast forwarding.

Another great feature of the Philips SpeechExec pro is its seamless integration with Dragon Legal and Dragon Professional.

Audio files can be converted to text automatically using the speech recognition software, and can remain linked with the original voice file for editing and final approval.  This lets the professional or attorney shift the burden of ongoing Dragon accuracy training to their typist, or legal secretary.

SpeechExec Pro also affords the user the opportunity to create documents by voice in real time,  often called “front end” speech recognition.

This feature assures the user has a familiar interface to work with, whether using Dragon in real time, or with previously created audio files.   Allowing the user a single solution assures a faster learning curve, saving time and increasing productivity.