Office Automation : a Manager's Guide for Improved Productivity
Introduces readers to a total systems concept of office automation from a practical standpoint. Details all the steps involved in starting an automated organization. Familiarizes readers with the techniques, tactics, relevant technologies, and strategies necessary to conceptualize and implement successful programs. Demonstrates how to quantify and qualify the subject, analyze user requirements, and organize and sell an office automation program to senior management.
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Concept of Office Automation
Chapter Two How to Begin and Plan?
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