A Virtual Team in the CART Industry

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How does Scott Realtime Reporting work effectively as a virtual team?  With talented people,  great communication, and excellent organization,  Scott Realtime Reporting continues to be successful.  In fact, there are many benefits in being a part of a virtual team. A virtual team is a great way to grow a business like SRR who does a lot of… Read more »

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Graduation Day!

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Scott Realtime Reporting has discovered that colleges and universities are great partners. We share a mutual goal to help tear down language barriers and provide more accessibility for students with hearing impairments in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. On college campuses everywhere, CART and captioning services are offered as an assistive technology service… Read more »

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What Exactly Is CART?

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Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) is the translation of spoken form into written form through the use of a computer, stenotype machine, or realtime software. Here at Scott Realtime Reporting (SRR) we provide equal communication access, independence in material, freedom in display and setting, confidence to join conversations, ability to fully participate in life, and… Read more »

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Enjoying The Process & Learning Along The Way

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Getting started with any new business can come as a challenge, but what happens when that business grows faster than planned.  In the beginning, the “overnight success” of Scott Realtime Reporting knocked Tasha Scott off balance, but she eventually held her ground as she balanced family and work. “I was my own worst enemy,” said Scott.  “I… Read more »

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