Moving from cassettes to digital dictation:
How digitization can work in the traditional construction industry.
Before: lost cassettes and dictations, tedious processes with obstructive deadlines, a lot of paperwork and thus a lot of media disruptions, as well as high costs. Now: Digitized construction files, that enable more flexible workflows, state-of-the-art workstations that make remote working and working from, home even more feasible; hardly any paper files and therefore a reduction in resource expenditure. In between: a failed attempt to document construction progress using conventional dictation apps on a cell phone. „These apps are unsuitable for professional use,“ Marco Strittmatter, master plasterer and site manager at Soyez Stuckateur GmbH in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, says looking back.
„ They also lack technical vocabulary, making the follow-up process far too time-consuming. These free apps make a ‚mockery‘ of any serious work.“ For modern workflows between different locations and distributed workplaces in the post-pandemic era, Soyez has chosen the Philips Speech Exec Enterprise solution for digital dictation.