Ground-breaking court innovations that Auscript is helping to develop were recently revealed to the world in London at the Modernising Justice Conference.
Auscript’s exclusive Australian court recording technology partner, For The Record (FTR), revealed what the court record of the future could look like when the Company’s President and Chief Technology Officer Tony Douglass shared the stage with pre-eminent court technology... Read More
The company responsible for recording and transcribing Queensland court proceedings has today unconditionally endorsed the recommendations handed down by the Auditor-General to improve the court reporting process.
The Auditor-General found that outsourcing court reporting services will save Queensland taxpayers $22.6 million over the life of the Auscript contract if the State Government exercises all contract options.
Further, the audit also found that “the... Read More
Queensland court recording and transcription company Record Holdings has announced a multi-million-export contract in Massachusetts, as Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk wraps up her trade mission in the USA.
Record Holdings, which provides court recording and transcription services in Australia through its wholly owned subsidiary Auscript Australasia, revealed its exclusive For The Record (FTR) technology has been selected as the digital court... Read More
The Sunday Mail has confirmed that it inaccurately reported on Auscript’s tender bid, for the recording and transcription contract for the Queensland Courts, in its story Court deal probed published on 26 April 2015.
The newspaper this week issued an apology to Auscript for the error in its article and confirmed Auscript’s tender bid was in fact $11 million per annum below the nearest competitor in the comprehensive... Read More
The company responsible for recording and transcribing Queensland court proceedings has today called for a full and open investigation into the awarding and operation of its contract.
Auscript Australasia Managing Director Peter Wyatt made the call in response to a campaign of misrepresentation about the company and its work.
Speaking from his office in the United States, where Auscript’s Queensland-owned parent... Read More
April 22, 2015
Auscript is required under its contract with the Department of Justice to record, transcribe and back up all court proceedings in Queensland Courts. This includes recording a full-time back-up of all courts, to ensure that no recordings are missed.
This is the same practice that has occurred in Queensland Courts for around 10 years – prior to Auscript... Read More
Auscript’s sister company For The Record (FTR) has recently taken action to ensure the integrity of its FTR Community web site, following a security incident.
Auscript has robust and comprehensive security measures in place and our stringent practices are certified to ISO 9001:2008. As such, we confirm that no Auscript systems or data have been compromised. Auscript’s systems are completely... Read More
Leading US public sector technology firm Tyler Technologies, Inc. today announced a strategic US $15 million investment in Brisbane-based Record Holdings, as part of a deal that will export Australian innovation to significant new global markets.
Record Holdings is the owner of For The Record (FTR), which is the world’s most tested and trusted digital evidence, recording platform in the... Read More
Auscript provides the highest quality recording and transcription services to the Queensland Courts.Auscript’s quality assurance systems are accredited to international standards, and Auscript has met or exceeded every accuracy benchmark contained in our contract with Queensland Department of Justice and Attorney General. Auscript achieves 99.5% accuracy for all transcripts, this result is measured in accordance with the international quality standard. Many... Read More
In a recent media interview, a spokesperson for the Queensland Law Society suggested that outsourcing court reporting in Queensland had pushed up the price of justice such that transcripts can cost defendants in Queensland criminal matters up to $300 or $400 an hour.
I’d like to clarify this reference is made in regard to audio hours – that is, the... Read More