About Digital Voice Processing
Digital Voice Processing is South Africa’s most professional voice processing company and the largest suppliers of Court Recording Systems in Africa. We are committed to unparalleled standards of excellence in customer service and support whilst making use of leading, quality brands and implementing innovation and technology to meet your unique needs. We provide cost effective solutions for the following:
Digital Dictation and Transcription Systems for:
- Other Professionals
Delegate Address and Conference Recording Systems:
- Installed and Portable conference systems
- Meeting recordings
- Disciplinary hearings
- Simultaneous interpretation
- Municipal Council Chamber Recordings
Court and Hansard Recording:
- Court recording systems
- Legislatures, digital recording of multiple rooms, outsourcing of recording/transcription equipment and services
Video Conferencing Systems:
Language and Learning Laboratories:
Audio Visual Systems:
- Conference and Convention Venues
Company Management and Company History
The directors of the company have a long and successful association with our areas of expertise. Peter Benson, the managing director, has 41 years in office automation sales and voice recording products. Steven Benson has 10 years experience in all aspects of audio voice processing which includes: Delegate Address, language translation, conference recording and dictation. Michael Dube has 10 years experience in Sound and AV Equipment. Craig Dahl has been in the I.T. industry for 13 years and with DVP for 8 years. David Tilling has 20 years experience in export management, consulting and supplying Hansard Legislative Assembly Recording systems as well as court recording systems. In 2000 and since, Digital Voice Processing and its predecessor were responsible for the supply, installation and commissioning of Africa’s first and largest digital court recording system under the S.A Department of Justice.
In 2002, Digital Voice Processing completed the integration of an integrated audio, video system for the KwaZulu Natal Provincial Parliament at both venues, Ulundi and Pietermaritzburg. The company also retained the maintenance and support contract for a further 3 years for Lanier analogue equipment from the S.A Department of Justice for the lower courts and an order for 20 ‘Child Court’ CCTV systems for the National Prosecuting Authority.
Outside South Africa, in 2002, the company provided consultancy services on the upliftment of the judiciary in Uganda for DANIDA, the Danish Government Agency, responsible for foreign aid and subsequently installed digital recording and transcription and trained staff at the Uganda High Court and analogue equipment for magistrates courts in a pilot project.
In 2003, a complete digital recording and transcription system was installed for the Botswana Industrial Courts; the Commercial Courts and Tax Appeals Tribunal in Kampala were equipped with analogue equipment and staff trained to operate it together with guidance on how to prepare and administer reports. Digital recording equipment was also supplied to the Zambian House of Chiefs.
In 2004, the company installed and commissioned a digital Hansard recording system for Ekurhuleni Metro (Johannesburg). In 2006, DVP supplied 50 digital court recording systems for the Nigerian Department of Justice.
In 2005, 52% of the Shareholding of Digital Voice Processing was sold to DVP Empowerment Trust. The members of the trust are made up from the Black, Indian and Coloured staff members of Digital Voice Processing Pty Ltd. This sale formalised our commitment to the upliftment of previously disadvantaged members of staff. At this time KG Mogoale was elected to the board of directors.
In 2006 DVP were appointed Sub Saharan distributors for Sanako Language and Learning Laboratories and have subsequently installed 7 Language Laboratories.
In 2008 DVP secured orders for the Hansard Recording Systems for the government of Mauritius as well as 7 High Courts in Zimbabwe.In 2009 DVP were awarded the SA Government Tender RFB 615 to supply, install and maintain 82 Video Conferencing Remand Courts. The Video Remand Courts link courts to Correctional Services Prisons. The contract runs until 2011 and covers the whole of South Africa.
- Bosch Delegate Address
- Public Address and CCTV
- Marantz Recording systems.
- Olympus Digital Recording systems.
- Grundig digital solutions for dictation and transcription.
- VIQ software for digital court and parliamentaryrecording/transcription and digital dictation.
- Sanako Language and Learning Laboratories.
- Shure microphones, JBL speakers, Crest amplifiers and DBX signal processing for professional audio broadcasting.
- Polycom Video Conferencing systems and conference telephones.
- NEC Data projectors and LCD display screens.
We presently operate in South Africa with offices in Johannesburg, Durban (Head Office) and Cape Town with representation in Namibia, Lesotho, Botswana, Kenya, Nigeria, Swaziland and Uganda. We are expanding our distribution into all of the remaining Southern African Development Community countries of Angola, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Seychelles, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe and East and West Africa.
As South Africa’s most professional voice processing solutions company, we intend to grow our business in the following ways:
- Commit ourselves to unparallel standards of excellence in customer service and support.
- Sustained marketing of our Voice Processing Solutions to Government, LocalGovernment and Corporate businesses.
- Selection and Appointment of quality service dealers through-out Sub Saharan Africa.