[Phoenix, AZ] — Net Transcripts, Inc., the nation’s leader and innovator of web based transcription and translation services specifically for the Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice markets, today announced a strategic partnership with RTT Mobile Interpretation, provider of mobile, real-time language interpretation via live interpreters. Now, RTT Mobile Interpretation customers have the ability to receive full transcripts of all communications recorded. Net Transcripts, Inc. and RTT Mobile Interpretation will also participate in joint marketing, promotions and trade show opportunities. This integration provides RTT Mobile Interpretation customers a cost effective and efficient means of receiving transcription and translations services.
About Net Transcripts
Net Transcripts is the nation’s leading provider of secure Web-based Transcription and Translation services for Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice agencies – Specialists in fast, accurate, secure and confidential transcription of multi-speaker interviews, interrogations and single-speaker dictated report narratives for all types of Criminal and Internal Affairs investigations and Patrol. Currently serving hundreds of local, State and Federal agencies nationwide, Net Transcripts has an impressive list of references that have come to trust the proven investigative efficiencies, operational improvements and significant budgetary savings – all without any upfront investment or commitments of any kind.
More information is available at www.nettranscripts.com
About RTT Mobile Interpretation
RTT Mobile Interpretation is the leader and innovator of mobile, real-time language interpretation via live interpreters. ELSA is being used by police, fire, EMS, county and state offices, hospitals, clinics, hotels and schools. Founded in 2007, Real Time Translation, Inc., dba RTT Mobile Interpretation is a privately held company located in Minneapolis, MN.
For information about RTT is available online at www.rttmobile.com
Gary Nudd, CEO
Net Transcripts, Inc.
RTT Mobile Interpreting