SAN FRANCISCO, March 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- TranscribeMe, a breakout leader in the English voice-to-text transcription market, has announced the launch of Spanish transcriptions through their web portal. According to CEO Alexei Dunayev, "We are proud to announce highly accurate, very fast Spanish transcription services to our existing clients and to a whole new group of users. By delivering to the Spanish market, we generate new jobs for Spanish speakers amongst our crowd of transcribers. This is the first of many new languages planned for 2013, others including Russian, Portuguese and Mandarin Chinese transcriptions." Founded in November 2011, TranscribeMe's mission is to maximize the value of audio and video content through its word for word perfect text conversion services. With an innovative, hybrid approach to transcription that combines voice recognition software and a platform of crowd-sourced human transcribers, TranscribeMe offers best-in-class accuracy, speed, and low prices for all of their transcriptions. Customers include industry leaders in technology, market research, and events, such as Ipsos, VMware, Cisco and GigaOm. According to TranscribeMe's Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Bethanie Maples Krogstad, "our efficiency comes from our ability to intelligently process, slice, and micro-task to achieve the last mile of accuracy for transcription of audio and video. No one else does this more efficiently." By offering their services to the Spanish-speaking world, this new market enables TranscribeMe to accelerate the growth of its crowd and make the service available to a wider customer base. TranscribeMe's Spanish offering is unique in the sense that no other Spanish transcription company can match their combination of value in either English or Spanish: 98% accuracy, fast 48-hour turnaround, low prices, and supreme confidentiality. Moreover, TranscribeMe's hybrid approach allows them to adhere to rigorous quality standards for transcription, by choosing only the best and most qualified transcribers from within their crowd for specific industries or markets.