Kinvara-based legal transcription service TranScribe has been awarded prestigious national quality accreditation from the All-Ireland Business Foundation.
The Business All-Star Accreditation comes as TranScribe celebrates 12 years in business delivering secure, outsourced typing services to legal professionals throughout Ireland.
Principal Sinead Glennon said “Business All-Star Accreditation provides national recognition of TranScribe’s commitment to accuracy, efficiency, reliability and above all this award recognises the trust our customers have placed in us over the years.”
“Growing a business from a rural base has its own set of challenges, and Business All-Star Accreditation is a reflection of our strong growth and our national portfolio of clients,” Ms Glennon said.
“We are really proud that TranScribe provides an example of what a rurally-based business with a remote working set-up can achieve in a national setting.”
Local County Councillor Joe Byrne says this is a wonderful example of the drive an initiative of a local person to grow a business, with all the challenges it faced and to now have a thriving business, working on the national scene with strong local remote staff. It further epitomises the saying that our locality is a great place to both live and work in and wished Sinead and her team the best as the business progresses.
Ms Glennon established TranScribe in 2008 and has grown the business to employ 12 staff and to support both Barristers and Solicitors throughout Ireland with typing.
TranScribe’s quality and commitment is reflected in its very high level of transcription accuracy and, ultra-secure, cloud-based service.
The service is also highly personalised, where the team member who answers the phone is also the same person who transcribes the client’s file.