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3 Important Advantages Of Having Your Business Meetings Transcribed Into Document Form

by Courtney Kennedy

As a business owner, there has probably been a time or two when you have held a meeting and walked away just hoping you could remember all that took place so it could later be recalled. Meetings, whether they are meetings between business partners or meetings with employee or clients, serve as the starting point for some pretty major things. One of the easiest ways to make sure the discussions and information shared during a meeting have a proper record is by having the audio from the meeting transcribed into document form. Take a look at the three important advantages you will gain as a business owner when you have transcription help from a professional.

Transcription allows you to keep record of all business meetings for the long term. 

Information can only be retained for so long before the details get fuzzy and you have a hard time recollecting important details. When you have your business meeting audio recordings transcribed, you will have a physical document that gives you the detailed information of everything that was spoken about during the meeting. This makes it easy to pull out a meeting record from the past and go over the information again when necessary. 

Transcription keeps all important parties in the know even if they could not be physically present. 

In business, getting everyone who needs to be a part of a meeting together in the same room can sometimes be a trying feat. This is especially true if you are having a meeting among employees and there are several shifts to get involved. If the meeting has been transcribed into a physical document, anyone who was not in attendance can easily go over the entire event in document form. You can send the document as an email to those parties who could not be present if you needed to. 

Transcription can be important through legal matters. 

When the words spoken during a business meeting are documented by a professional transcriptionist, there will be no question of what was said and who said it during the meeting. Therefore, if legal matters ever come up for your business, such as breach of contract issues or otherwise, you will always have physical documentation of what was said during certain meetings. Transcribed audio of business meetings could easily be used as evidence if there were ever a situation that came up. Before small issues become big legal problems, your HR department can also work out disagreements by referring back to these documents.   

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