CompuTrac Adds Voice Recognition
CompuTrac Inc., of Richardson, Texas, says it is integrating voice recognition technology from Lernout & Hauspie into its new Law Firm Management System 20000.
The integration will allow users to speak naturally to send information, such as time entries, into a personal computer.
The optional legal version of L&H Voice Xpress is tailored to the legal community, and includes a specialized vocabulary of terms and phrases, it notes. CompuTrac LFMS 2000 utilizes Microsoft technologies, including Visual Basic and Visual C++.
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Worldtalk and UPS have announced the release of WorldSecure/Mail for UPS OnLine Courier, which integrates Worldtalk's WorldSecure products with UPS Document Exchange to protect confidential transmissions over the Web.
The product will include 128-bit encryption and other tools to assure secure transmission and receipt by the intended parties. Using the tool, law firms can establish criteria by which specific types of sensitive documents can leave its network only via UPS Document Exchange.
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Naperville, Ill.-based eLawCentral.com LLC has announced the launch of its new portal, which is designed to assist legal professionals with business, financial and leisure information. It offers practice resources (legal research, forms, e-filing, software, hardware, etc.) and non-legal tools (general research, news sources, basic information, personal finance, and more), says the company.
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ProDoc Inc., of San Antonio, Texas, has released document automation systems software, ProDoc Professional Developer. It is designed to provide system developer with the ability to create state or practice-specific document automation systems, and allows for integration of both text and graphics forms.
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Lawyers Homepage Network, of Kearny N.J., has debuted its new CaseMatch service for consumers and businesses. The site matches consumers and their case information with appropriate lawyers in a requested geographic location, it says. More than 480,000 lawyers are included in the database, reports CaseMatch. The consumers remain confidential until they choose to contact the attorney, it says.
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Pioneer New Media Technologies Inc. says its new DVD-V7200 Video Player is a rugged, industrial unit ideal for courtroom presentations. It allows attorneys to access demonstrative evidence, including pre-recorded videotaped testimony. A key advantage of the technology is improved reliability and increased storage capacity, says the company.
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