Purple's portfolio of solutions spans across telephone captioning services, text relay services, on-site interpreting services and video relay interpreting (VRI) delivering a wide array of options to meet the varied communication needs of businesses and customers, collectively make communicating with both the deaf world and the hearing world accessible to all.
What does VRI stand for?
VRI stands for Video Relay Interpreting
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 75 other meanings of VRI in our Acronym Attic
- Valley Regional High School (Deep River, CT)
- Valley River Humane Society (Murphy, NC)
- Vista Ridge High School (Cedar Park, Texas)
- Vacuum Residue Hydrotreating Unit (oil refinery)
- Vacation Register International
- Vail Resorts, Inc. (Broomfield, CO)
- Vehicle Research Institute (Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington)
- Vendor Relationship Interface
- Venture Research Institute (Lake Forest, California)
- Very Rough Indication
- Video Remote Interpreting (language services)
- Viewpoints Research Institute (est. 2001; Glendale, CA)
- Visual Reorientation Illusion
- Voter Registration Information (various locations)
- Vulcanised Rubber Insulated
- Vacation Rental Industry Association
- Verslaving Regulatie Index Amsterdam
- Vertical Rescue Instructor Assessor
- Virginia Racial Integrity Act of 1924
- Virtual Research Institute of Aging
Samples in periodicals archive:
Promising individuals, identified through the SAC Interpreting Program, join the Sorenson team for 60 to 80 hours of intensified training and mentoring in video relay interpreting under the guidance of two or three seasoned Sorenson VRS professionals.
By deploying its agents more intelligently and efficiently, CSD could ensure that community interpreting services would not be compromised from the increased demand for video relay interpreting.
In addition, we knew the Twin Cities had many interpreters with the skill level necessary for video relay interpreting and several training programs for future interpreting needs," said Nancy Evelyn, St.
This has facilitated the need for us to rapidly expand our video relay interpreting services to accommodate customer demand.
We are pleased to demonstrate our reliable video relay interpreting service and high-quality video relay solutions at Deaf Expo," said James Lee Sorenson, CEO at Sorenson Media.
This has led the company to rapidly expand to accommodate customer demand and to ensure a reliable, high-quality video relay interpreting service.
By delivering the highest-quality video and setting the industry standard for video relay interpreting, Sorenson VRS is poised to become the preferred solution for the deaf and hard-of-hearing whether at home, school or at work.