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Posted 9th March 2014 by admin_g2

G2 Speech has today revealed their fresh, modern and interactive site developed with their customers in mind. The new site has been created around user experience ensuring that content is accessible, useful and valuable. After copious amounts of research and planning the site has been mapped, created and tested to ensure the best possible user experience.
The company has grown substantially over the past few years, as has the company’s product portfolio. The website overhaul was needed to reflect G2’s current complexion and to demonstrate their vision for the future.

Key features for the new site include: the solutions matrix with expandable pockets of information, the sliding homepage banners helping users find their appropriate journey and the Disqus feature enabling users to comment and discuss new posts and articles.

Bert Groeneveld, CEO at G2 Speech said: “We are very pleased with our new responsive website. Our product portfolio has grown significantly over the last few years and had outgrown the old site. We hope that the new site assists our customers in finding relevant information about our solutions, the company and industry news. We set out with the hopes to create an accessible, engaging and informative site that is intuitive to navigate and flexible to use on various platforms – and I believe we have done just that.”

To find out more about the company and the new site, visit, www.g2speech.com


For more information please contact:

Gemma Wharton
MarCom Manager
G2 Speech UK Ltd.

Notes to editor:

About G2 Speech:
G2 Speech was founded in 1998. Over the 16 years we have been established, we have polished and perfected the art of providing digital dictation, speech recognition and workflow management solutions that fit the needs of our customers. We successfully provide our products in the UK, Ireland, Belgium and Holland. Within the UK we currently deliver solutions to over 35 major NHS Trusts. Globally we have around 25,000 users accessing our product every day.




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