QuickCaption is a nationally respected, woman-owned, full service captioning and CART company. QuickCaption provides the highest quality services to our clients and to the deaf and hard of hearing (HoH) communities and has done so for over fourteen years.
One of very few nationwide full service captioning agencies, QuickCaption is an approved captioning vendor for the Described and Captioning Media Program (DCMP). Funded by the United States Department of Education, the DCMP evaluates and certifies captioning companies on a national level. QuickCaption is one of only a small number of captioning companies in the country that meets the strict requirements of the DCMP.
Personal Connection, Professional Results
Included in the range of our captioning services, QuickCaption provides reliable, professional Communication Access Real-Time Translation (CART) services on an as-needed basis for Persons with Hearing Loss. Our experienced professionals, who value real, respectful connections with every one of our clients, provide CART services for academic courses including lectures, labs, discussions, seminars and meetings; employee meetings; technical events; equipment and instrument training; legal and law enforcement meetings; City sponsored public meetings and events, and more.
At QuickCaption, we know the name of every one of our customers because we respect every one of the individuals we serve and we are committed to providing them with the very best. Our captionists have all been vetted and perform at the highest levels of their profession. From onsite and remote captioning to responsive customer service, we keep the client relationship at the center of all of our work.
Industry Leader Committed to the Hearing Impaired and Hard of Hearing Communities
Not only is QuickCaption a certified woman-owned small business, our owner is hearing impaired and has spent decades working with, advocating for and learning about the HoH community in a variety of capacities. This results in a company that is acutely aware of the needs of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing communities, especially with regard to accuracy and proficiency in realtime captioning. This is a difference that our clients recognize and appreciate.
QuickCaption is a national sponsor of the HLAA (Hearing Loss Association of America) Walk for Hearing. We sponsor all of the remote mobile CART for the annual event held across the country.
QuickCaption proudly takes on multiple pro bono clients throughout the year in further support of the communities we serve.
Uniquely Qualified for High Quality CART Services
At QuickCaption, we, like our clients, recognize that we are the best qualified for most projects because of our ability to provide high quality, reliable, professional CART services on a regular, ongoing basis. Over the years, our clients have echoed this belief through testimonials and referrals.
Clients also frequently note their appreciation of our staff’s attention to detail, our CART providers’ levels of accuracy, our courteous and professional client service, and our unwavering commitment to the deaf and Hard of Hearing communities.
Leading Provider in Captioning Services
QuickCaption is one of the nation’s leading providers of remote and onsite CART and realtime captioning, as well as broadcast realtime closed captioning, transcription, and video captioning services.
QuickCaption services include ADA compliant reasonable accommodations like:
- Remote and onsite CART
- Remote and onsite realtime captioning
- Broadcast realtime closed captioning via closed captioning encoders/decoders
- Post-event verbatim text transcription in multiple formats
- Offline captioning and subtitling for prerecorded materials including videotape, VHS, Beta, DV, CD, and DVD
- Realtime captioning for live and archival webcasts including Windows Media, RealPlayer and QuickTime
- Realtime captioning for online meetings utilizing Wimba, WebEx, and Microsoft Live Meeting
- Realtime captioning for Internet text streaming
- Teleconference call realtime captioning
- Verbatim transcription
- Verbatim transcription with medical specialization