The Electronic Office
The Electronic Office, published by Prentice Hall in 1983, was widely acclaimed for its timely focus on the exciting applications of automation to the business office in those early days of word processing, spreadsheets, digital databases and emerging electronic mail technology. The book offers guidelines and suggestions for how executives and managers can incorporate “state of the art” electronic mail, teleconferencing, database management, information management networking and robotics technologies into their office environment to bring about improved efficiencies and customer satisfaction. Highlights include suggestions on how to implement technology tailored to the specific business model; how to negotiate and purchase an appropriate computer system; how to increase productivity of the workforce with new tools and foster a more satisfied, committed workforce.
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