With the commencement of audio files recording, audio is divided to various parts according to size and forwarded to the Local or Central Server. From that point on the Transcription solution breaks down the recordings to smaller ones and produces a list of audio files that are shared among the well trained and experienced transcribers who access them in real-time and produce the draft transcripts. After draft transcripts have been produced they become accessible for approval and the production of the official judgment by the respective secretaries and judges consecutively.
Depending on the implementation type, raw transcripts follow an approval workflow, until they are finalised and digitally signed. They, then, become available for searching and downloading by the target users. These include both system users (secretaries and judges) and public users (lawyers and citizens). According to the implementation workflow, the system can both provide draft transcripts or official judgments (following approval of drafts).
The service is also available to the public to acquire, provided the legal framework of each country.