Dictaphone signs $30 million contract with U.S. Army

August 23, 2000

Dictaphone signs $30 million contract with U.S. ArmyDictaphone, a subsidiary of Lernout & Hauspie, has signed a contract worth up to $30 million with the Army Medical Department. Under terms of the deal, L&H Dictaphone Healthcare

Dictaphone signs $30 million contract with U.S. Army

Dictaphone, a subsidiary of Lernout & Hauspie, has signed a contract worth up to $30 million with the Army Medical Department. Under terms of the deal, L&H Dictaphone Healthcare Solutions Group will provide dictation and transcription products and services to the army’s medical facilities. Products covered by the contract include the company’s enterprise voice, text, and continuous speech-recognition products. The goal is to provide the army with automated solutions for the creation, management, and analysis of patient medical records at up to 37 medical facilities worldwide.