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Outsourcing Online Transcription Services can now Help your Business

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When it comes to transcription services, companies want to hire an in-house team. They assume that it will be efficient and will get them results. However, that’s not the case. Online outsourcing of transcription services is far better than an in-house team. Here is why it’s better to have an online outsourcing transcription team.

Deadlines are the way of ensuring your productivity remains high. Once the staff starts missing deadlines, then the value of work decreases. An online outsourcing company will always meet deadlines and submit the work on time. You can even hire one overseas, that is ahead of your time, so you get the desired results fast.

Outsourcing online transcription services is not expensive. It depends on the part of the world the company comes from. Most of them are cheap if they are from Asia. But they do not compromise with the quality of work. Every company wants to cut short on some of the budget. And outsourcing costs is one of them. It is far less costly than hiring an in house team.

A company gets the services of experts when using an outsourcing transcription team. Most of the online transcription teams have a highly experienced staff that work efficiently and meet deadlines on time.

When a company uses outsourcing, the resources in the company get freed. The freer they are, the more focused they are. And the staff can focus on their priority and finish their work.

Outsourcing a transcription team has many advantages; a company saves capital expenses, gets results in time, and also increases the productivity of the staff.

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Vurbl Makes Noise with Investor Lineup and $1 million in Pre-Seed Funding

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A new audio streaming platform is coming to town. Vurbl is set to shake things up as the company goes head to head with other popular platforms like Apple and Spotify. The goal of the platform is to become the “YouTube of Audio.”

Vurbl is a creator-first, free streaming audio platform for all audio types, including user generated audio. Similar to YouTube, Vurbl allows content creators to upload, earn subscribers and monetize their work. Vurbl will provide listeners that are looking to connect with  new voices and information with personalized playlists and stations across 40 categories. 

Recently, Vurbl’s CEO and co-founder, Audra Everett Gold, completed its pre-seed round closing at $1.3 million. The round was led by AlphaEdison, a knowledge-driven VC firm that invests in early-stage companies. Vurbl also attracted other investors including Halogen Ventures, TEN13, Angelist and other businesses  within the audio, advertisement and entertainment industries.

Nick Grouf, managing partner at AlphaEdison stated, “We believe Vurbl is opening up an entirely new audio market for listeners, creators and brands. This platform has the potential to change the way we consume audio on the internet and the timing is spot on. If anyone can pull this off this enormous opportunity, it’s the team at Vurbl.”

Gold launched Vurbl at the beginning of the year and once COVID-19 hit, the team opt-ed to work from home to stay safe and healthy. Gold and her team then doubled-down to develop Vurbl’s platform. Gold single handedly embarked on a journey to gain investor interest and secured funding during the pandemic mostly by way of Zoom calls.

The pre-seed funds are being used to develop and launch the Vurbl platform with over 25 million pieces of audio and podcasts. This will span across hundreds of categories and subcategories creating a sanctuary for content curators and listeners.

Gold is confident in the market demand for a streaming platform like Vurbl and stated, “Audio is scattered all over the internet in hard to find places, much of it costs money or is not findable, is not easy to playback, etc. We see millions of audio queries on Google and YouTube that reflect demand for audio of all types. The vast majority of these searches return subpar audio results or no audio results at all.”

Vurbl is uniquely positioned to win over audio aficionados with its promise of value added services and attractive revenue share program for creators.

Vurbl is set to launch its web-based platform experience in Q4 2020 with millions of discoverable audio, playlists and human-curated audio stations. The company also plans to announce additional updates including the launch of new mobile apps, a downloadable desktop app, and connected in-home devices for listeners to enjoy audio streams anytime and anywhere.

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