According to OKI SA, Office Automation has transformed the pattern of the working infrastructure within organisations.
Office Automation comprises of seven key features, which are made up of the following:
1. Ubiquity: Office Automation is now a ubiquity system, and organisations globally are eagerly employing Office Automation solutions due to its immense professionalism.
2. Automating Manual Tasks: this computer-controlled system focuses specifically on automating every possible task to provide comfort while working. Office Automation ensures efficient results for all organisations, with less labour required.
3. Lessening Working-Load: organisations are continuously growing, Office Automation ensures that the growth of the organisation is smooth, as all printing fleets effortlessly support organisational growth. Office automation systems have superior abilities of handling increasing loads of employees joining the organisation, this is a vital feature of Office Automation.
4. Multitasking: each organisation is made up of different departments which all perform different tasks to ensure the success of the organisation. Office Automation can handle the different print jobs performed within an organisation. Office Automation’s multitasking ensures that all organisational data processing steps and entries are handled by the system alone.
5. Ensured feasibility: In the 21st Century, any work-lacking feasibility remains questionable and doubtful. Office Automation closely analyses the confirmation of feasibility of all work within an organisation. Regularly monitoring the input and measuring the output makes the work acceptable for all organisational managers to evaluate when necessary. The foundations of greater effort or improvised tasks are mainly created through feasible results. Furthermore, imposing correct, standard and up to the mark acceptable decisions are of greater utility for managers to keep the smooth operational management of the organisation among competitors. Ensured feasibility is particularly essential to proceed what is being ensured by their system.
6. Office Environmental Sustainability: this system ensures that all employees can work effortlessly on and with the system.
7. Scopes of Competitive Advantage: competitive advantage refers to the forward-moving plus-point of an organisation over other organisations. An organisation may consider reigning over other organisations when the competitive advantage amount is increased. The immense positivity offered by Office Automation systems allow for an increase in competitive advantage over other organisation. Office Automation adds to the prosperity of organisations and earns a greater assurance in surviving amid nail-biting competition within the market.