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[July 18, 2012]

Sound Deposition Services, Inc. Utilizes LiveDeposition.com to Remain on The Cutting Edge

Sherman Oaks, CA, Jul 18, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Technology is playing a key role in the advancement of the court reporting profession. In order to stay competitive and meet client demands, court reporting agencies must take hold of the 21st century tools available to them. Sound Deposition Services, Inc., a nationwide court reporting agency based out of Long Beach, CA is doing just that.


Recently, Sound Deposition Services, Inc. began providing their clients with the ability to remotely attend deposition proceedings through a new cutting-edge, web-based solution called LiveDeposition.com. LiveDeposition.com is the only true web-based realtime streaming deposition solution available which allows remote attendees to login to a virtual deposition room through their internet browser and view in real time the streaming audio, video and text of a live deposition.

When asked how implementing LiveDeposition.com into their business practice has benefited them, Sound Deposition Services, Inc. President, Patrick Manus stated, "Being a business owner I am always looking for "top of the line" services that can help my clients save money and improve their bottom line. LiveDeposition.com helps me promote my business and deepen my relationships with our end users." Some of the features within LiveDeposition.com being utilized by Sound Deposition Services, Inc. include audio, video and text streaming, toll-free conferencing, group chat and instant email invitations.

Prior to using LiveDeposition.com, Sound Deposition Services, Inc. tried streaming depositions through a competitor of LiveDeposition.com, but the third party hardware required to stream video was cumbersome, slow and the quality was not up to par with what they wanted to promote to their clients. Manus went on to say, "We are a technology court reporting agency. We believe in LiveDeposition.com and streaming depositions for our clients, now and in the future. It's our responsibility to provide "top of the line" services to be competitive and provide quality to our clients.".

About LiveDeposition.com Headquartered in Sherman Oaks, CA, LiveDeposition.com is powered by MegaMeeting.com; a long time resident of the video and web conferencing industry. Through their cutting-edge technology, LiveDeposition.com provides the Legal Industry with web-based deposition and video conferencing solutions. Being exempt from typical download and installation requirements, LiveDeposition.com has proved itself to be a hassle-free way to stay connected, allowing court reporting agencies, court reporters, paralegals, industry experts and legal teams to streamline the litigation process and conduct real-time depositions and online meetings.

For more information on LiveDeposition.com please visit http://www.livedeposition.com or call 888.337.6411.

For more information on MegaMeeting.com please visit http://www.megameeting.com or call 877.634.6342.

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