In the coming years, automated reporting for offices could be an increasingly important part of business and human interactions.
A new survey by PPP shows that office automation is increasingly common.
The firm, which provides consulting, research and consulting services to government and the private sector, surveyed 7,000 office automation customers and found that 79% of respondents said they would use automation for reporting, while 41% said they were using it for automation for scheduling and 23% said that they were looking into it.
The survey also found that 65% of office automation respondents were looking for more automation to enhance the user experience.
The PPP report notes that the adoption of automation is also on the rise for some businesses.
For example, PPP found that 55% of companies in the technology, data and technology (tech) space are using automation in some form.
In the future, the report says that automation will be used to reduce time spent on paperwork and provide greater flexibility to users.
For instance, PPM’s survey found that companies are using automated reporting tools to help them schedule meetings, organize meetings, and to keep track of invoices.