Maintain Section 508 Compliance while keeping your sensitive information secure, using ENCO’s fully on-premise A.I.-based captioning and transcription system, at a fraction of the cost or risk of human captioners.
Creating accessible video, audio, and social media, along with live meetings, is necessary for Section 508 compliance. This requirement is further complicated by the security concerns of governmental departments and information requiring clearance. Not only can professional transcribers be prohibitively expensive and difficult to schedule, they also represent a security concern. As does off-site, online automated services. ENCO’s enCaption is a fully on-prem, secure, cost-effective solution that is simple to deploy and ready to go 24/7.
Out of the box, enCaption is incredibly accurate and fast. Add your special terminology, individual names, and acronyms (via automated ingest and/or manually) and it gets even better. Further, it’s raw speech-to-text capability is augmented by its statistical analysis feature, dialing-in accuracy even further. You can even swap in and out your custom lexicon based on the meeting -- Leadership, Field Operations, Threat Assessments, and so forth.
Leverage all of your live and existing video content by adding captions. Help make those videos more valuable by enabling keyword search through both your videos and their transcripts. You can even create a media library combining video and closed captions, provide a searchable database with file based transcriptions, and automatically translate meetings into other languages - even in real-time, with ENCO’s enTranslate product.
enCaption provides real-time, live captioning to audiences any time, without advance notice or high costs of live captions.Learn More
enTranslate provides real-time, live translation to audiences any time, without advance notice or high costs of live translators.Learn More
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