NoNotes.com, which offers university students low-cost transcriptions of taped lectures and interviews, has expanded to service business clients with transcripts of business calls made from smartphones and landlines. The NY- and Ottawa-based startup has grown a lot since its inception four years ago, expecting to make almost $1 million in sales in 2011.
Founded by former amateur boxer, Matt Whitteker, NoNotes.com charges students $9.60 per hour of taped time to be transcribed. The company entered the B2B market with the beta launch of their business service, NoNotes Voice, six months ago, charging between $35 and $60 per hour for transcribing business calls. High profile clients, like the U.S. National Park Service, have begun using the service.