As earnings calls, analyst meetings, conference presentations, research interviews, and other hosted meetings have transitioned to a remote environment, the need to quickly create a public text record is essential. We are skilled at converting Corporate and Financial webcasts into actionable content that can be reviewed, searched, archived and filed for regulatory compliance purposes.
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VIQ Solutions is proud to offer Corporate and Finance clients the option to have this text content distributed to news outlets including Reuters, Lexis, Dow Jones/Factiva and the Bloomberg terminal.
Our industry-leading suite of solutions and services can also manage non-public confidential content securely, providing you with the peace of mind you require. Our operations produce financial coverage 24/7/365 in a variety of languages and formats to suit your needs.
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With the transition to a technology-driven workflow, the ability to capture, manage, share, and create digital content in a secure and efficient manner becomes paramount. VIQ Solutions offers comprehensive, end-to-end workflow solutions that will increase efficiency, reduce cost, and simplify access to the verbatim record securely, preserving the value of the spoken word and image, while delivering meaningful information.
The transcription services and solutions industry is undergoing a rapid transformation due the vast amount of digital content that is recorded annually. The rapid advances being made in the automated transcription market have created a need to evolve the role of the transcriptionist to an editor.
VIQ announced that management will be participating in the virtual Sidoti Microcap Conference taking place on May 19th and 20th, 2021. Read more for details.
VIQ announced the voting results of its annual and special meeting of shareholders held virtually on April 29, 2021. Shareholders approved all matters set forth in the Company’s Management Information Circular dated March 23, 2021.
The practice of allowing jurors to take written notes during trial is more widely accepted than it used to be, especially with cases becoming increasingly complex and lengthy in duration. In most (but not all) jurisdictions, whether members of a jury are allowed to take notes will depend upon the judge’s discretion.