"...minimal start up costs, no monthly charges and no minimum usage policy..."

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Charities

Are you part of or involved with a Charity? Whether your charity/ non profit organisation concerns youth, education, health, religion or other publiccharities benefit, administration is a vital but time consuming part of your organisation. DictateNow can assist with transcription of:

• Letters and mailshots
• Reports
• Campaigns
• Spreadsheets
• Appeals
• Memorandums
• Attendance and file notes

DictateNow appreciate the financial constraints imposed on Charities and are very proud to offer reduced rates for companies with Charity Status.

Charities, like many businesses, are under pressure.  Operating costs are on the increase with donations and financial aid being reduced.  By using DictateNow’s outsourcing service we help our clients to keep their operating costs low enabling them to use the donations they receive to the maximum benefit. Despite offering reduced rates, there is no compromise on our quality or turnaround times for typing - we offer the same excellent service to all clients no matter what your sector or field of expertise.

For charity clients who have no digital dictation in place, DictateNow also offer a discount on software and hardware.

   
  Our solicitors have appreciated the increased flexibility provided by the DictateNow typing service.

Whether in the office, at home, or on the road visiting clients, our solicitors can always find the time to complete urgent work, safe in the knowledge that dictated documents will be returned in good time and in good order.

From a management point of view, this typing service would be a useful addition to any legal team, either as a primary secretarial resource or as a back up for busier times.

With minimal start up costs, no monthly charges and no minimum usage policy, solicitors can use DictateNow as much or as little as they need, only ever paying for what they use – it really is a no-brainer.
   
     
 
Nathaniel Baverstock
Practice Co-ordinator
Howard League for Penal Reform