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Bill Davis

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Government/municipality recording system
« on: January 01, 2007, 05:54:01 pm »

More and more city halls are moving to digital recording mediums. Several companys have a recording package designed for courts and municipalities. I am interested in hearing feedback on the usage (pro and cons) of these packages and recommendations to add to our product solutions. A few I found are listed below.

www.dictran.com
www.novo.ca
www.viqsolutions.com
www.ftrgold.com

Any other?
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Don Boone

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Re: Government/municipality recording system
« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2007, 11:47:21 am »

I've never heard of any of those. Thanks for the links.

We have been pointing customers towards:

http://www.soniclear.com

We're dealers but we let them just buy direct so we can back away from software support issues. If it was multiple rooms we do sell and support.

Don
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Brad Weber

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Re: Government/municipality recording system
« Reply #2 on: January 02, 2007, 04:42:43 pm »

FTR Gold is probably the package I hear mentioned the most often by various courts, although some of that is probably due to "word of mouth" between clerks working in one geographic area.  I believe that For the Record, the company offering FTR Gold, also offers other packages geared more directly towards city and county council applications.
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Re: Government/municipality recording system
« Reply #3 on: January 30, 2007, 04:23:21 pm »

Most of my time is spent working with AV in a school but my back ground is very computer heavy.  I hava a friend who has worked with  one of those programs, I dont know what one.  The main problem is that most people using the system have no idea how to use a computer and protect there DATA!  If you add one to your list of services then make sure you have some one on staff who can not only use the stuff but also is good at teaching others to use computers.  Maybe have a local computer guru on call to help out.  Also get the computer tech people from the client involved right away.  Proper usage includes a good back up solution (CDs in the secritarys desk do not count!) and naming and filing convention readable to any one.
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