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With Ubiqus IO, you enjoy all the benefits of a modern merchant site, specially created to respond to your requests for audio transcription:

  • Entrust your digital dictation or audio comments to Ubiqus IO and receive a flawless transcript you can use to efficiently draft mails, audit reports and voice observations.
  • Entrust the recordings made of your one-on-one meetings or interviews to Ubiqus IO and receive them in perfect written form.
  • With audio from meetings that you have recorded, verbatim transcription can be an excellent option if your aim is to:
    • Build up an archive;
    • Prevent disputes and be able to check who said what;
    • Be able to make exact quotes.

If, however, transcription is intended as a record from which you will then produce a more or less lengthy written report, you might be interested in our report and summary solutions. Read on.

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Verbatim is no silver bullet

Ubiqus IO is Ubiqus Group’s merchant site. Ubiqus Group, a B2B services company, has been offering document drafting services since 1991 (read this article to find out more about the Group). Ubiqus IO thus descends from a proud lineage! And can lay claim to extensive experience!

Ubiqus IO can thus stand in for you, drawing up the final document which YOU would otherwise produce from a transcript of your meeting, conference or colloquium, in one of two forms:

Report

Summary

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In the Report, the meeting content is reshaped to bring out the core of the messages conveyed, all in a fully-structured document. The Summary is a reshaped and encapsulated form of what was said, listing only the key points, yet still in a structured format.
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Sample documents from the same audio passage

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Hello, everyone. Please take your seats. Can you hear me? Ladies and Gentlemen, those who took part in yesterday’s meeting were able to appreciate the fact that it was largely animated by a creative, as well as forward-looking spirit. Today, you will embark, we will embark together on this second day of our regional meeting on the national energy debate. Today’s session will be focused especially on nuclear power. And there is no doubt in my mind that we will be visited by the same creative spirit. The first five meetings we held plainly showed just what is at stake in this discussion: the continuing growth of our energy consumption is not sustainable. For environmental reasons — environmental reasons which are obvious to everyone. These include, first, the ecological damage done by the disasters at sea caused by oil transport, which have devastated and which will continue to devastate – unfortunately, I should say, unfortunately – which continue to devastate the splendid coasts in our region. It is absolutely essential that these disasters be brought under control. As you know, at the European level, the Government has been careful, for instance, to speed up efforts to bring high-risk materials under control. These include greenhouse gas emissions, which are now growing at dizzying speed. Their impact on climate change and global warming is, and will be, disastrous — to say the least — if we do not take action; and it will be a disaster we will have brought upon ourselves. I. Bringing energy consumption under control

1. An imperative for the environment

Our first five meetings plainly showed what is at stake in this discussion: the continuing growth of our energy consumption is not sustainable — first of all, for environmental reasons. These include the ecological damage from maritime accidents in oil transport, which have devastated and continue to devastate the splendid coasts of our region. These disasters must be brought under control. The Government, at the European level, has sped up efforts to bring high-risk materials under control. The dizzying increase in greenhouse gas emissions is another factor that, if we fail to respond, will have disastrous consequences, playing out in climate change and global warming.

Today’s session will be dedicated to nuclear power.

I. Bringing energy consumption under control

Our first five sessions showed that we cannot continue to let our energy consumption grow: for obvious environmental reasons (ecological damage from maritime accidents in oil transport, dizzying rise in greenhouse gas emissions);

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