Simon Says, Inc.

Simon Says is a website that securely transcribes your confidential audio/video files in minutes with speech recognition. Users can then share projects within teams and search, annotate, and export them. We help lawyers significantly increase efficiency by accurately transcribing interviews, calls, and court recordings, allowing them to focus on the meaningful dialogue.


Overview

StatusActive
CategoryDocument Automation
HeadquartersSan Francisco, CA
Founded2016
Tagsartificial intelligence, ai, nlp, asr, transcription, speech recognition
Websitehttps://simonsays.ai
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