NNRC Announces Realtime Reporting Database

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(Folsom, California) July 14, 2021

The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce their new realtime reporting database. Realtime reporting is different from what is often seen as “normal court reporting” due to one key factors: clients receive the transcript in real time. Due to a hookup between the shorthand machine and a laptop or monitor, court reporter shorthand is translated onto the device into “real English” in real time. This allows attorneys to review what was said exactly as it happens, making for a smoother deposition process.

With the NNRC, attorneys can find a realtime reporter anywhere in the world. This growing database of firms allows attorneys to stop on the page, scan through its contents, and find a nearby represented area. With this resource, attorneys don’t have the scour the internet looking for a court reporting firm that can fulfill their needs. Thanks to the NNRC, all the answers they need are in one place.

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No matter which litigation support service an attorney requires for their case, they can find what they require with the NNRC. Whether in need of a skilled court reporter, realtime reporter, or videographer, the NNRC has the professionals clients need on standby thanks to their diverse list of partners. Each partner is required to go through a strict vetting process to assess their speed, accuracy, and quality of customer service. This allows an attorney to book a court reporter anywhere in the world, fully confident that they will deliver on each and every one of their needs.

For more information on the NNRC, call (916) 451-9187, email debbe.dreher@nnrc.com, or visit their Folsom office.

 950 Glenn Drive, Suite 150 Folsom, CA 95630