History

Continuing the wave of transformation in digital court solutions

For decades, For the Record  has transformed how courts capture, access and distribute the record and we are now redefining digital court recording itself.

Here’s our history:

1993

Digital Technologies became For The Record, a new business listed on the Australian Stock Exchange under the direction of the then major shareholder Mr Malcolm Turnbull (the current Australian Prime Minister) and his business partners.

1995

For The Record created a centralized recording system for multi-room locations (FTR version 3.11) with court customers in Hong Kong, Washington DC, New South Wales, Queensland and Singapore.

2005-2011

Australia’s first national digital courtroom recording system was rolled out by Auscript using For The Record technology.

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2013-2014

Record Holdings (Auscript’s parent company) acquired For The Record, adding experience across global court recording markets in North America, Europe and Asia.

Record Holdings was listed by BRW Magazine as one of Australia’s most innovative companies.

FTR Falcon, an end-to-end solution covering all aspects of the digital court recording process, was released.

2015

FTR Gold 5.7 was released offering high-definition audio and video.

2016

Record Holdings (the parent company of Auscript and For The Record) became For The Record Group – strengthening the company’s global recognition as a leader in court reporting, content management and transcription solutions.