TP Transcription – Preferred Supplier to the University of Stirling and the Open University

TP Transcription Limited and University Transcriptions are proud to announce that they have today become preferred suppliers to both the University of Stirling and the Open University.

Anna Gresty, Managing Director of TP Transcription Limited said “we have been working with academic staff, researchers and students at both institutions for a number of years and I am proud of that fact that our highly experienced transcribers and translators have been recognised as a valuable asset to be utilised when needed. Our services have been used by a wide number of departments at the University of Stirling and the Open University including the Stirling Management School.”

She went on to explain that the company has continued trading steadily throughout the lockdown and through putting in place measures to enable all transcribers to work safely and securely has enabled research to continue that otherwise would have been put on hold until the restrictions were lifted.

“We have enabled staff from a number of universities to continue with their research simply by granting them credit when needed due to university finance departments being closed. We also allow clients to place orders now for delayed interviews that will take place after budget deadlines have passed. This service has been used by a good number of our regular clients, particularly those with tight deadlines for completing research projects and needing to order in transcription services to finish delayed interviews later in the year.”

Our Accreditations

We are Cyber Essentials Plus audited annually and we hold the Cyber Essentials and Cyber Essentials Plus certificates. We are UKAS ISO 27001:2022 audited and accredited and ISO 9001 & ISO 14001 systems accredited company. We are members of the American Translators Association and we are assessed for GDPR compliance annually by IASME (Cyber Assurance Level 1).

10% Profits to Charity

10% of our profits are donated to the Ten Percent Foundation, a charitable trust registered in the UK. Since 2000 over £150,000 has been donated to projects in Africa and the UK. Click here for details.