- Paul Hager admits the technology associated with his digital product isn't perfect, but he's found proprietary ways to address its flaws and transform it for the voice-recognition market.
Hager, co-owner of an early-stage Madison business called VoVison
, has ambitious plans for his Web-based, voice transcription technology, whic......Full article >>>
ted their focus from falsely claiming that it's 100 percent accurate, and instead concentrated on developing a self-correcting and voice-independent system that could be a reliable business intelligence tool.
Hager believes that day has arrived with a voice-recognition product that will be marketed to the legal, healthcare, insurance, and government sectors. It has no official customers y......Full article >>>
o at least $10 million and perhaps to as much as $100 million annually, his eventual goal is to be acquired by a large carrier such as TDS
Voice to Vision
VoVision - aka from Voice to Vision - is a partnership of Hager and Madison attorney Linda Balisle, a professional relationship that began......Full article >>>
dictation documents to use the same word - a feature that could make the transition to electronic medical records less problematic.
The big problem that we've been blighted with is when you have your voice-recognition system, it only worked with one voice, Balisle noted. Ours works with all voices. Once our transcription system and correction system has done a particular voice, a particul......Full article >>>
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