Simon Says Releases On-Prem Version 2

Company claims its self-contained video transcription platform is the most secure in the world.

The offline software is built for organizations and enterprises seeking to increase productivity with speech recognition, while maintaining compliance to the strictest of security protocols in order to protect their sensitive content.

Simon Says On-Prem v2 is security compliant and uses an advanced neural network AI.

“Our On-Prem solution contains many of the benefits and features that made its groundbreaking cloud-based version a beloved and critical tool for video transcription,” says Simon Says CTO Roderick Hodgson. “It has highly accurate AI; a user-friendly interface; an intuitive editor where the video and transcript are always in sync; automatic transcript alignment to media start timecode; and seamless integrations with every major video editing application.

“The difference is that Simon Says On-Prem runs completely locally and on air-gapped computers. No data goes to the cloud. Ever.

Roderick adds, “Simon Says On-Prem was developed in response to enterprises and organizations who are precluded from sending audio, video, interviews, dailies, and edits to the cloud, and to comply with their workplace security policies. They want the productivity gains from advanced AI transcription, the security of on-prem, with the ease of use and price point of prosumer software.

“Installation is easy and the UI is straightforward: non-tech team members can set up and go. The intention is that it needs to be IT-compliant without adding to IT’s workload.”

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