In 1971, Ed Morawski of Edison VoiceWriter
Canada, was the first to market and install a 24 hour recording system, the
first of its kind in North America, at the Timmins & District Hospital.
In 1973, Ed Morawski established Edi-Cord Word Processing
Systems Ltd, a North Bay Ontario based company, to provide healthcare
organizations with a solid solution for their dictation and transcription
requirements. Over 40 years in the dictation industry has allowed us to view
first hand the evolution of dictation.
In 1984, Edi-Cord was the first to sell a digital
dictation system in a hospital setting in Canada at the Sudbury Memorial
In 1994, Edi-Cord was the first to market DVI
(Digital Voice Inc.) products to the Canadian marketplace.
In 1999, Edi-Cord installed a 3-way FTM set
(Fault Tolerant Module) in the Sudbury Regional Hospital, the first of its kind
In 2002, Edi-Cord began offering transcription services to our customers.
This has helped to alleviate heavy transcription workloads from healthcare facilities throughout our sales territory.
In 2003, Edi-Cord began to market the
MedQuist VXP Cquence Suite of products.
In 2006, Edi-Cord began to market the Dolbey suite of products which includes
Fusion Voice, Fusion Text, Fusion Speech, and Fusion Atom.
In 2008, Edi-Cord sold the first Fusion Voice 10 system in Canada to the Sensenbrenner Hospital in Kapuskasing, Ontario.