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TalkingPoint Launches New Website

09-05-2014 06:48 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: Accelerate Associates

GHG Software Developments Limited is inviting visitors to explore the new TalkingPoint website.

Milton Keynes, England, September 04, 2014 -- GHG Software Developments Limited is inviting visitors to explore the new TalkingPoint website. The redesigned website provides a user-friendly experience for learning about the TalkingPoint suite of speech solutions. www.talkingpoint.uk.com has improved navigation and allows customers and potential users access to a wide variety of case studies and support material.

TalkingPoint is a market leading suite of speech solutions and evolving the website is a key feature of TalkingPoint’s customer focussed approach. TalkingPoint is used widely in the National Health Service, Metropolitan Police Force and legal industry. The newly launched site offers a cleaner, sharper, more modern look. The site showcases the company’s main offerings of speech recognition workflows and digital dictation and leads with key tools including Case Studies, Knowledge Base and Helpdesk for user support.

“We are delighted to present the new website,” said Malcolm Grant, Managing Director. “We are really pleased with the final result and the whole journey has helped us clarify our offering, focus our business around our core strengths and crucially provide momentum to drive the business forward.”

The site includes extensive information about TalkingPoint’s key services including: speech recognition workflow solutions, digital dictation, training, consultancy and bespoke scripting. The new website means that visitors can benefit from richer content that is easier to navigate.

For more information on TalkingPoint, log onto www.talkingpoint.uk.com or contact Jim Robinson on 01908 565 663.

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For corporate enquiries please contact: Jim Robinson, Sales Director, GHG Software Development Services Ltd, Suite 3, Talon House, Presley Way, Crownhill, Milton Keynes, MK8 0ES, Tel: 01908 565 663, Email: sales@talkingpoint.uk.com

GHG Software Developments Limited is a specialist consultancy based in Milton Keynes in the UK. GHG Software Developments Ltd is the developer and supplier of the TalkingPoint suite of speech solutions.

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