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Nuance Unveils Dragon Dictate for Mac Version 4

BURLINGTON, Mass. – March 4, 2014 – Nuance Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ:NUAN) today announced Dragon Dictate for Mac, version 4 – the most powerful, accurate and personalized voice recognition software for the Mac available on the market today. Dragon Dictate for Mac, with convenient, customizable features, makes it easier and faster than ever to dictate and edit text and to control desktop and web applications, simply by speaking. Dragon Dictate for Mac has improved accuracy with new and improved speech recognition technology, and now features the ability to transcribe text from any single speaker’s pre-recorded audio file, combining both voice recognition and transcription offerings into one powerful product.

Dragon Dictate for Mac allows people to save time and to be more productive at school, work, home, or on the go with dictation speeds up to three times faster than typing, with words appearing on the screen as you speak them. As a pure 64-bit application, Dragon Dictate for Mac, version 4, now enables higher performance and improved memory management capabilities over previous versions. In addition, Dragon Dictate for Mac lets you control your Gmail inbox within the Safari or Firefox browser with a few simple voice commands. Dragon Dictate provides Full Text Control in Gmail, so you can mix your talking and typing and still be able to edit, correct and format your text using voice commands. Dragon Dictate also supports Full Text Control in Apple Pages 4.3 – simply by using one’s voice.

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Nuance and NextGen Healthcare Partner to Deliver Breakthrough, Direct-to-EHR Scanning with eCopy ShareScan

HIMSS Conference, Orlando – February 26, 2014 – Nuance Communications, Inc. today announced that it has developed the only multi-functioning printer (MFP) scanning solution that allows users to scan documents directly into the NextGen Healthcare electronic healthcare records (EHR) document management system from a range of scanners and multi-function printers (MFP). NextGen Healthcare Information Systems, LLC. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Quality Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: QSII) and a leading provider of healthcare information systems and connectivity solutions.

The Nuance NextGen Healthcare Connector integrates eCopy ShareScan, Nuance’s industry leading document workflow and scanning solution, and NextGen® Ambulatory EHR thereby eliminating the manual process of indexing electronic health records with keywords after scanning. The new solution accelerates paper capture at distributed points of care into the NextGen Ambulatory EHR and completes the patient record in the EHR to increase patient safety, raise physician satisfaction and streamline the EHR process for enhanced productivity.

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U.S. Veterans Health Administration Leverages New Nuance Cloud-Based Dragon Medical Solution to Optimize Physician Experience

HIMSS Conference, Orlando, February 24, 2014 – Nuance Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: NUAN) announced today the U.S. Veterans Health Administration System will implement Dragon Medical 360│Direct, which delivers Nuance’s unparalleled cloud-based medical speech recognition technology. The VA, which cares for more than 8.3 million patients annually, and includes 14,000 physicians across 152 hospitals and 800 community-based outpatient clinics, plans to deploy Dragon Medical 360│Direct across the entire VA health system. This solution will allow clinicians to dictate seamlessly within the VA’s electronic health records (EHR) system, the Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS), from the office, in the hospital, or on-the-go.

Timely and accurate clinical documentation is key to delivering high quality patient care. The VA plans to leverage Nuance enterprise-class, cloud-based, front-end speech recognition to improve clinical documentation accuracy, enhance patient care, drive productivity, and reduce costs. As part of Nuance’s new generation of cloud-based solutions, Dragon Medical 360│Direct enables physicians using any Windows device or working in a virtualized environment to have a seamless dictation experience that supports their daily clinical workflows.

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Nuance eCopy ShareScan Drives Business Efficiencies with Enhanced Capture Workflows

BURLINGTON, Mass., – February 10, 2014 – Nuance Communications, Inc., a leading provider of speech and imaging solutions, today announced eCopy ShareScan 5.2, which enables organizations of all sizes to save time and improve productivity in document workflows through consistent processes across a variety of capture devices, including mobile. The new version enables businesses to easily capture content through a scanner, tablet, smartphone or A4 capture device. These images, as well as any existing electronic documents are quickly and easily converted, recognized and integrated into an organization’s workflows and business applications for immediate accessibility within the business.

Among the new features of eCopy ShareScan is the eMail and Folder Watching Service, which extends workflow support to include tablets, smartphones, and A4 desktop capture devices working within the firewall and remotely. This capability delivers new and extended workflows driving additional customer value, such as:

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Nuance Cloud Services Turns Connected Consumer Electronics into Intelligent Systems

LAS VEGAS AND BURLINGTON, Mass. – January 6, 2014 – Nuance Communications Inc. today announced Nuance Cloud Services, a configurable, connected platform that transforms devices, consumer electronics, services and mobile apps into intelligent personal assistants. Leveraging Nuance’s full portfolio of voice, natural language understanding, predictive input, and content, Nuance Cloud Services creates a world of intelligent systems that listen, understand, and engage on a human level – changing the way people interact with our connected world.

More than10 billion transactions to date have touched Nuance’s mobile cloud, which already powers many of the voice, touch and personal assistant experiences on the world’s best-selling phones, tablets, cars, TVs, and PCs, with rapid growth across wearable devices and connected home appliances. In fact, by the end of December 2013, more than 100 million monthly active users-engaged in a voice or personal assistant experience through the Nuance cloud across the world’s most recognizable brands, including Audi, BMW, LG, Mercedes, Samsung, and many others.

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Nuance Announces Faster, More Accurate PowerScribe 360 Platform

RSNA CONFERENCE, Chicago, IL, December 2, 2013 – Nuance Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: NUAN) today announced significant speech recognition accuracy and workflow enhancements to the PowerScribe 360 platform that will enable a quality, data-driven approach to radiology reporting for radiology groups, hospitals and healthcare systems. The latest version of the PowerScribe 360 platform allows radiologists to more easily navigate changing reimbursement models by driving efficiencies in the creation of actionable, structured reports that directly improve patient care.

Unsurpassed Accuracy Powers Faster Turnaround of Actionable Reports

The next generation of the PowerScribe 360 platform is built on the same technology as Dragon Medical 12. Nuance’s latest and most advanced speech recognition provides unmatched speed and accuracy in radiology reporting. The new release also includes the automated integration of DICOM Structured Report data, such as radiation dose, ultrasound measurements and other important clinical information, which accelerates the delivery of a thorough report. In addition, new features make it easier for radiologists to monitor and manage their workloads, and expand current mobile capabilities so that referring clinicians are able to review reports on-the-go.

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Canon Launches Therefore™ Document Management Solution in U.S. Market

By Jessica Schiffenhaus, Research Editor, October 7, 2013

On Wednesday, September 25, BLI editors joined Canon Solutions America for an open house event at MetLife Stadium, where Canon gave a first look demonstration on the company’s new document management software offering, Therefore.

While Therefore is new to Canon Solutions America, it’s been sold by Canon Europe since 2009. The product itself was developed in 2003 by Australia-based document management provider, Therefore Corporation, and is now partially owned by Canon.

Nuance Powers New Xerox ConnectKey Share to Cloud Solution

Burlington, MA. – Nuance Communications, Inc., a leading provider of speech and imaging solutions, today announced the Nuance Scan to Cloud server-less capture, conversion and document routing technology is powering the Xerox ConnectKey Share to Cloud solution. Nuance software enables users of the Xerox Extensible Interface Platform (EIP)-enabled multifunction printers (MFPs) to route scanned documents to a multitude of today’s most popular cloud services, including Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft SharePoint Online, Google Docs and Drive, Evernote, Dropbox, and Salesforce.com. Further, Xerox ConnectKey Share to Cloud leverages Nuance OmniPage OCR to provide industry-leading accuracy to convert scanned documents into editable formats such as Searchable PDF, Microsoft Word and Excel, and more.

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Nuance Webinar Series Helps Enterprises Drive Maximum Value from Managed Print Services Strategies

Burlington, MA., - Managed Print Services (MPS) are increasingly being adopted by organizations looking to improve how they manage printing and imaging resources. To help businesses identify the key components of a successful MPS solution, Nuance Communications, a leading provider of speech and imaging solutions, is sponsoring a three-part webinar series hosted by The Imaging Channel.

The first of the three planned webinars, "Managing Print as a Strategic Asset," takes place on April 16, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. ET. Each webinar will include live question and answer sessions for attendees to have their MPS questions addressed. To register, please visit: http://bit.ly/13tmH40.

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Imaging Technologies Enable Law Firms to Leverage Four Critical Trends in 2013

BURLINGTON, Mass., January 28, 2013 – Nuance Communications has identified four key trends that will impact how law firms manage and share information in 2013. These trends may pose significant challenges to firms of all sizes that are not prepared or equipped to manage new demands in paper and electronic documents. They also provide opportunities for law offices to enhance their efficiency and compliance capabilities while better serving their customers.

“New technologies, such as cloud and mobile solutions, present great opportunities in productivity gains for law offices. But with these technologies come challenges, including security risks from mobile professionals, potential confidentiality breaches because of lack of IT controls on cloud and mobile services, and spoliation as a result of mishandling electronically stored information,” said Michael Rich, senior vice president and general manager of the Nuance Document Imaging Division. “Nuance expects to see law firms increase investments in solutions that help them to adapt to the fast-changing IT environment in order to protect sensitive data, control document workflows, and better track and manage costs.”

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