Rain, sleet, or "Snowpocalypse," ATC is here for all your transcription needs!

 Winter Storm Nemo, also known as “Snowpocalypse,” is arriving in New England, but team ATC is ready to make sure your audio and video content aren’t buried beneath the snowdrifts, or blown away in the blizzard-like winds.
(Blizzard of ’78 picture By David L. Ryan/Globe Staff/file 1978)

The Blizzard of 1978 caught many people by surprise, and Boston was shut down for days afterwards.

 Today, thanks to the latest advances in weather forecasting and the Internet, our team is able to “virtually” keep your projects moving (for those projects that allow such work).

**So please stay in touch with your orders and we’ll be sure to keep your transcription process moving to exceed your expectations.  ATC’s Boston office will close at 2 p.m. EST. Friday, February 8, 2013, but again we’ll be available virtually after that time until Monday at 8 a.m.  Call (617) 423 – 2151 with any needs prior to 2 p.m., or email us production@audiotranscriptioncenter.com.

Our virtual team will be able to keep your important projects moving, and they’ll be safe…wherever they are!

Of course, for those of you in the blizzard’s path, stay warm and stay safe!

 

Rain, sleet, or “Snowpocalypse,” ATC is here for all your transcription needs!

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