Telephone: +61 3 9859 0533

FAX: +61 3 9859 0533

Mail: voice@transcriptsplus.com.au

About

Transcripts Plus has over 30 years' professional experience in the reporting and transcription industry.
During those years, we have successfully assisted courts, parliaments, conferences and universities all over Australia.
We have worked with an astonishingly diverse range of governmental and corporate clients providing transcriptions and
reporting for annual meetings, court cases, board meetings, focus groups and university research.
Established in 1994, we have recently branched out into cutting-edge speech recognition technology. Our managing director, Adrian Kelly has gained extensive knowledge and qualifications from leaders in the field of voice reporting by visiting the USA. We are a pioneer in the southern hemisphere in the emerging field of speech recognition reporting. We encourage you to contact us for any of your needs.

Our clients include:

  • Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal
  • Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board
  • Clayton Utz
  • Department of Premier and Cabinet, Victorian Government
  • Department of Infrastructure, Victorian Government
  • Defence Department of Australia
  • Country Racing Victoria
  • Harness Racing Victoria
  • Greyhound Racing Victoria
  • Racing Victoria Limited
  • National Australia Bank
  • AMP
  • BHP
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  • Telstra
  • RACV
  • RMIT
  • Monash University
  • The University of Melbourne
  • La Trobe University
  • Deakin University
  • Victoria University¬†
  • Maddock Lonie & Chisholm
  • Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists
  • National Mutual
  • Chrysler Corporation of Australia/America
  • Siemens Australia
  • Australia Post

shortly about me

The Managing Director of Transcripts Plus, Adrian Kelly has been qualified as a licensed shorthand writer of the Supreme Court of Victoria since 1976. He later worked as an official court and Hansard reporter for government departments and parliaments throughout Australia. Adrian has also reported in Asia.