Lenny Levin, Founder and President of Legend Company, has been actively involved in research and development of a new methodology for improving speedwriting, typing and computer transcription for the last 15 years. He started to research a new methodology in 1989 and under his management EasyScript/ ComputerScript products were developed and became commercially available in 1997.
He has been conducting EasyScript public and private seminars since 1990 and his training rating on a national scale from 1 to 10 is 8+. He became a recognized expert in the field of speed writing/typing and his seminars throughout the United States won praise from major companies, institutions, and general public. He authored two U.S. patents "Method for Entering Text Using Abbreviated Word Forms" #4,760,528 and "Method of Rapid Entering of Text into Computer Equipment" #4,969,097.
He published nine books on speed writing, typing, and computerized transcription which are very well received and are widely available in the US and abroad from the major retail and on-line distributors such as Barnes & Noble, Amazon.com USA, Amazon.co.uk, Baker & Taylor, and Ingram Book Company.
In addition, Legend Company has distribution agreements to sell EasyScript and ComputerScript in South Africa, United Kingdom, and Canada. The customer base of EasyScript/ComputerScript is over 10,000 users worldwide and continues to grow consistently.
He consulted and conducted training for Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and schools such as CNN/Turner Broadcasting, Harvard University, Affinity Health Plan, John Hancock Insurance Co., Bell Atlantic, US General Accounting Office, Fleet Bank, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Texaco, Inc., Brigham and Women's Hospital, U.S. Postal Service, Mt. Sinai Medical Center, and many others.
He is currently collaborating with Education Development Corp., Boston University, and Easter Seals to receive Federal funding to research and develop EasyScript/ComputerScript applications for individuals with and without disabilities.