FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Karen Renee, Founder, President
New Online Automated Booking Platform Takes Court Reporter Industry by Storm
BURLINGTON, WI—eCourt Reporters (www.ecourtreporters.com), a company just entering its seventh month of operation, has begun making waves in the court reporting industry nationwide. With its automated online scheduling platform, eCourt Reporters holds the aspiration of replacing the traditional way of scheduling court reporters and legal videographers. This new process allows those who schedule court reporters (i.e. paralegals, legal assistants, and attorneys) the ease of booking vetted, freelance professionals direct. Third-party booking has garnered a reputation of being slow, inconsistent, and lacking transparency when it comes to pricing. Incorporating modern technology, eCourt Reporters streamlines the booking process.
eCourt Reporters boasts four main advantages over third-party booking:
- 24/7 Nationwide Booking. Most scheduling occurs regionally; however, eCourt Reporters allows reporters from any state to register, meaning users can find and book professionals across the country at their convenience.
- Direct Connection. eCourt Reporters cuts out the hassle of nine-to-five operations that typically is relied upon. This means you will see fewer delays in communication and you won’t be speaking to anyone outside of the professional you are working with.
- Vetted & Experienced Court Reporters. At eCourt Reporters, all reporters and videographers are put through a thorough vetting process, so you know you will be receiving quality services. You can find the right professional by selecting the services you need.
- Upfront Pricing. Generally, attorneys don’t know how much they’ll be charged until after the job is complete, but just like the ability to see a court reporter’s certifications, they’ll also know the professional’s rates before booking.
“Attorneys and paralegals are amazed with the ease of finding and scheduling certified court reporters and legal videographers, and they appreciate the one-on-one professional service,” said Karen Renee, eCourt Reporters’ president.