The Scott Realtime Experience

When you need accurate and affordable court reporting, CART/Captioning or transcription fast, you want a service you can count on. You want a company with a proven reputation for going above and beyond to provide you with the most user-friendly experience possible.

Scott Realtime is that kind of company.

But don’t just take our word for it. Read below what our clients have to say about us and then contact us to get started today.

“My experience using SRR services has been absolutely wonderful. The services were reliable and accommodating. Before using CART services from SRR, it was a struggle to understand what was said in class due to my hearing loss. With the first day of CART, I was able to immediately jump in and participate in the class discussions and follow what was being said. I would recommend SRR for students, businesses, conferences and others. With the variety of CART, transcriptions, and other services provided by SRR, the services will benefit anyone.”
– Nicole LaMont, Ms. Deaf Alabama 2010 – 2011
CART consumer

“…I know all the hard of hearing and deaf people out there appreciate you! You helped me get through college!”
– Andy Pond, Accountant/Business owner, CART consumer

“I just wanted to let you know that we appreciate the services you have provided. We have all been impressed with your work. Thanks again for sending the scripts.”
– Dan Kessler, Executive Director
Independent Living Resources of Greater Birmingham

“As a busy entrepreneur wearing many hats in multiple businesses, I did not have time to do my own transcribing. Working with my Scott Realtime transcriber was a seamless process. She met all of my logistical needs and was professional and pleasant from start-to-finish. I will be using Scott for all of my transcription needs and have already recommended them to several associates and friends.”
– Jenny Yerrick, Founder/Principal,  Move You Forward Career Services, YourIndustryInsider.com

“Scott Realtime Reporting has provided superb and reliable services.”
– Tracy Donald, Director at Auburn University Program for Students with Disabilities