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Rev Announces New Languages in Automated Speech Recognition
The new offering will scale up Rev's ability to address customer requirements with a global user base, enabling English and non-English asynchronous transcription.
FREMONT, CA: The world's most accurate speech-to-text engine, Rev, has announced the expansion of its highly accurate speech recognition service with the addition of four new languages: French, Portuguese, German, and Spanish. The new offering will scale up Rev's ability to address customer requirements with a global user base, allowing for English and non-English asynchronous transcription.
Rev founder and CEO Jason Chicola stated, "As the leader in speech-to-text recognition, this expansion will help our customers have more inclusive conversations and do more business around the world."
At this time, the expansion does not cover the automatic translation, but many customers will immediately realize the benefits - the hassle-free simplicity of a single automated speech recognition platform and the capability of identifying "who said what" utilizing their diarization algorithm. "Non-English transcription has been our number one customer request and we are thrilled we are able to help our customers remove barriers in trying to meet the needs of a global audience," stated Miguel Jette, Director of Speech R&D at Rev.