Let us do your transcription work for you...
Do you have the time?
The time to do your own audio typing?
A one-hour recording of a one-to-one interview, even for a trained typist with the correct hardware and software, will take four hours to transcribe.
Why not hire us, and put that time you are saving to much better use.
Audio typing, or transcription, is a job that most people hate or find tedious. Sitting at a keyboard, transcribing audio or typing video can take a significant amount of time, which could be better spent on something else more important.
Even if you're a fast typist, with all the software and hardware required, transcribing a recording can take four or more times the length of that recording.
That's why we are hired by companies including international branding agencies and even airlines.
We offer a fast, accurate and confidential transcription service. You don't have to worry about all the typing, just pass it to us.
See our CASE STUDIES page for more detail of the types of work we have been hired to do.
Want your own document layouts used? No problem. Need a full verbatim transcript (including hesitation sounds, e.g. "erm", "er", "um"...)? Certainly. Need time-stamps for reference? That's fine. Need it done "like yesterday"? You've got it (we will give you an initial estimate of how long it will take to complete).
We handle all the major audio formats (mp3, wav, wma, dss, dvf, msv, dct, etc.) and video formats (mpeg, wmv, mp4, mov, divx, etc.). We also handle the .TRM format, which is generated by recording software used in many courtrooms throughout the world.
So, if you have something that you need typed, if it's recorded, and in English, we can transcribe it.
PLEASE NOTE: We are NOT a transcription agency. We do not use third parties (either in the UK or abroad) to complete client work. All files are kept on our premises. We believe this helps to keep work confidential. The fewer times it is passed around (via email or other means) the less likely the wrong people will see it.
If it's recorded, and in English, we can transcribe it: