On-site scribing in Darwin, Cairns, Melbourne, Bendigo, Gippsland
On Time Typing scribes and produces minutes and reports on site for clients in Darwin, Cairns, Melbourne, Bendigo and Gippsland. We scribe and produce minutes and reports via telephone and online transcription for clients in all states and territories of Australia.
Clients of our scribing services are not-for-profit organisations, universities, businesses and companies across Australia, and Northern Territory and Victorian Government agencies.
On Time Typing scribes are experienced in:
- scribing and producing minutes of meetings
- scribing dictation, as you speak
- consulting with individuals or groups to scribe submissions, reports and other documents
- editing and/or proofreading minutes, submissions, policies, reports and other documents.
We scribe via telephone anywhere in Australia, and also face to face (on-site) in the areas listed below. Our scribes have extensive experience in minute-taking and are required to pass the On Time Typing On-site Scribing Accuracy Test. All minutes and reports are edited to a high standard. For detailed information about our experience in scribing and minute-taking, go to: Scribing and writing minutes and reports
Telephone and on-site scribing
On Time Typing specialises in scribing meetings, procurement reports, selection reports and referees’ reports as you speak, via telephone. We scribe minutes and reports via telephone for clients across Australia.
Our scribes live in Darwin (NT), Cairns (QLD), Melbourne (VIC), Gippsland (VIC), and Bendigo (VIC) and can scribe your events on-site in those locations.
For a full list of our scribes and where they live, go to: On Time Typing scribes.
For further information check out our website or call Sally-Anne at: 0419 337824.
In 2002, I started On Time Typing as a sole trader scribing and editing business in Darwin, which has over the years evolved into an online scribing, editing and audio transcription business with clients, scribes and typists across Australia. Stay posted for future articles about scribing, editing, proofreading and related topics.
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