Leading provider of AI machine-learning speech-to-text for litigation joins exclusive technology conference
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 21, 2019 – StoryCloud, the leading provider of low-cost, nationwide deposition reporting and legal videography services, recently announced that they are attending the Montgomery Summit. The conference is a top destination for entrepreneurs, growth company executives and global investment professionals. It will take place on March 6-7, 2019 in Santa Monica, California.
The Montgomery Summit gathers entrepreneurs, investors and leading executives to explore the most important innovations in business and technology. Private companies are selected by a committee of expert investors from some of the top venture and growth funds in the country. The Montgomery Summit chooses 150 emerging companies to interact with top industry executives and decision-makers.
“We are changing both the technology and the business model of court reporting,” said Ken Kalb, CEO of StoryCloud. “Our AI machine-learning deposition transcription service is an end-to-end solution for litigators. We also offer low-cost, high-quality nationwide legal video streaming and conferencing.”
Chief executive officers of private technology companies will present to a community of accomplished, senior-level venture capital investors, entrepreneurs and corporate executives. The Montgomery Summit has been an important fundraising, strategic development, and networking event for hundreds of accomplished tech companies since 2003. Other attendees to this year’s conference include Goldman Sachs, Twitter, Salesforce, Blumberg Capital and AT&T, among many others.
StoryCloud offers a transcript-on-demand, low-cost deposition reporting service for attorneys. Using powerful AI software and professional reporters, StoryCloud is able to create a nearly 100% accurate transcript. StoryCloud uses a unique process with scalable technology enhancements that accelerate the accuracy of the transcript. In most cases, the transcription service will cost approximately 15% less to 30% less than other court reporting companies. For more information, visit www.storycloud.co.