The vScription product suite is developed and maintained by VTEX Voice Solutions Inc. You can follow that link to find out more about VTEX Voice Solutions.
The vScription product suite has been around for a number of year and currently consists of three products: vScription Transcribe, vScription VR Desktop and vScription Voice.
vScription Transcribe is our newest product which is used as a web based hosted dictation and transcription platform as well as the platform we use for our transcription services. We recently added a Speech To Text option that can be used to automatically convert meeting audio (Including Zoom, MS Teams, GoTo meeting etc…) into text in just a few minutes. The nice thing about the Speech To Text option besides being able to get your recognized text back quickly is we support USB foot control operation on Windows, macOS and Linux which makes reviewing and editing the recognized text a breeze. (Assuming people aren’t speaking with a mouthful of potato chips :) )
vScription VR Desktop
vScription VR Desktop is a front end medical speech to text application that uses the nVoq medical speech engine. We currently only have this product for Linux based systems however we will be making this available for macOS and Windows. The main reason we haven’t released this on macOS or Windows yet it because the native SayIt client works just fine on both of those OSes. This product got it’s original life by providing a medical speech recognition software for Linux environments.
vScription Voice is actually just a rebranded Winscribe system that we host for a number of clients across Manitoba and NW Ontario. We will be transitioning these users onto the vScription Transcribe Platform in the near future. vScription Voice currently supports analog telephone which many of our users still want which is why we offer this separately. We can integrate vScription Voice and Transcribe together for users who still want to use analog telephone. There are still a few features that vScription Voice (Winscribe) has that we haven’t built into our vScription Transcribe product yet but when we have the functionality that our current clients needs, we will migrated everyone over.