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eBook Office Automation: Concepts and Tools (Topics in Information Systems) ePub

by D. Tsichritzis

  • ISBN: 038715129X
  • Category: Computer Science
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: D. Tsichritzis
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer Verlag; 1st US - 1st Printing edition (July 1, 1985)
  • Pages: 441
  • ePub book: 1802 kb
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Office Automation will change the office environment. Topics in Information Systems. It will eliminate the more mundane and well understood functions and will highlight the decision-oriented activities in an office. The goal of this book is to provide some understanding of office. activities and to evaluate the potential of Office Information Systems for office procedure automation. To achieve this goal, we need to explore concepts, elaborate on techniques, and outline tools. Show all. Table of contents (15 chapters).

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Concepts and Tools - Libro electrónico escrito por D. Tsichritzis.

Office Automation: Concepts and Tools - Libro electrónico escrito por D. At one extreme, it is nothing more than giving people better tools than typewriters and telephones with which to do their work more efficiently and effectively. At the opposite extreme, it implies the replacement of people by machines which perform office procedures automatically.

A considerable number of methods and tools have been proposed for the treatment of non-functional requirements (NFRs). There is ample evidence that NFRs play a significant role in the Information Systems Engineering proc-ess  .

Office automation refers to the varied computer machinery and software used to digitally create, collect, store, manipulate, and relay office information needed for accomplishing basic tasks. Raw data storage, electronic transfer, and the management of electronic business information comprise the basic activities of an office automation system. Office automation helps in optimizing or automating existing office procedures.

Source for information on Office Automation Systems: Computer .

Source for information on Office Automation Systems: Computer Sciences dictionary. These systems provide an electronic means of organizing people, projects, and data. Additionally, automatic reminders about crucial dates and appointments can be programmed. Projects and tasks can be allocated, subdivided, and planned.

The model provides a framework for the development of activities for office automation, automated information system, and workflow systems. It is the result of collaborated efforts of experts in archival science, records managers, and automation personnel in regard to records management and technical issues. The function model was developed using the IDEF0 tool, and reflects the way records creation occurs (Fig. ). The coverage of this model is detailed from a user’s viewpoint and takes into consideration the facilities, human resources, and records-handling tools. Nathan Mnjama, in Concepts and Advances in Information Knowledge Management, 2014.

Topics in Information Systems. Tsichritzis, D. ISBN-13.

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The term "Office Automation" implies much and means little. The word "Office" is usually reserved for units in an organization that have a rather general function. They are supposed to support different activities, but it is notoriously difficult to determine what an office is supposed to do. Automation in this loose context may mean many different things. At one extreme, it is nothing more than giving people better tools than typewriters and telephones with which to do their work more efficiently and effectively. At the opposite extreme, it implies the replacement of people by machines which perform office procedures automatically. In this book we will take the approach that "Office Automation" is much more than just better tools, but falls significantly short of replacing every person in an office. It may reduce the need for clerks, it may take over some secretarial functions, and it may lessen the dependence of principals on support personnel. Office Automation will change the office environment. It will eliminate the more mundane and well understood functions and will highlight the decision-oriented activities in an office. The goal of this book is to provide some understanding of office . activities and to evaluate the potential of Office Information Systems for office procedure automation. To achieve this goal, we need to explore concepts, elaborate on techniques, and outline tools.