Is typing still relevant? More than relevant, thank you
Someone challenged me recently, questioning whether digital dictation, outsourced typing and document production could still be relevant in today’s increasingly tech-driven world. They weren’t being provocative, merely intrigued by an earlier comment I’d made about strong market growth.
The technology revolution that he saw as a threat has been our greatest opportunity. Automation, the always-on culture, the now imperative, the drive for productivity, the simple fact that you can now do pretty much anything anytime anywhere, it’s all combined to create a dynamic, output-driven legal workplace – and an endless torrent of documents. While many of those documents are handled in-house, plenty also come to us for transcription and production – and this is quite simply a matter of resource.
Against that backdrop, I offered up a few more specifics as to why these services still matter;