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Innovate Client Experience & Improve Your Bottom Line: Speech Recognition for Law Firms

Tuesday, May 3, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT  
Host: ALA Legal Marketplace
By: Aimee Kreth, Senior Marketing Manager, Nuance Communications, Inc. and Tom Vain, Senior Sales Engineer, Nuance Communications, Inc.

Dictation has a long history in the industry, and speech recognition technology has made the process faster and easier. This shift has firms focusing on improving attorney productivity and support efficiency. Join us for a webinar to gain practical advice for leveraging your voice and discover how your firm can set a course toward improved client service delivery.

Learning objectives:

  • How to capitalize on the shift toward productivity and efficiency
  • Why streamlined workflows provide better visibility of documentation
  • How to transform the way your firm works—all by voice


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Aimee Kreth
Aimee Kreth

Senior Marketing Manager, Nuance Communications, Inc.

As senior marketing manager for Nuance’s Dragon speech recognition, Aimee is responsible for developing, driving and executing demand generation activities. She has 20 years of trade show, public relations and marketing experience serving a variety of industries including public safety, legal, education, and more.

Tom Vain
Tom Vain

Senior Sales Engineer, Nuance Communications, Inc.

Tom offers highly customized, technical, and extensive sales and services for Nuance's speech recognition solutions in the North American and Latin American regions. Tom assists customers in making informed decisions requiring a large investment and provides pre-sales customer and technical support to customers, along with specialized software training.


  • Dragon Speech Recognition

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