Boksberg, the European headquarters of Deutsche Telekom, is set to inaugurate an automated office communications system on May 1.
The system, dubbed Autonova, is intended to automate offices around the world, including in the United States, Europe, Australia, South Africa and Japan.
The new system will be installed in offices across Europe.
It will connect offices across the continent via a mobile device.
Autonovas will be deployed in the office environment from April to June and will offer a number of options to employees, including appointment reminders, calendar reminders and phone notifications.
This is the first automated office system to be installed across the globe, according to the company.
The first of the new systems will be used at the headquarters of the German telecom giant Deutsche Telekiel.
It is planned to have about 50,000 offices in Europe and around 70 million people using the new system.
In India, where the country has been struggling to attract employees, the government has been pushing for an automated system for office automation to take advantage of the country’s vast IT infrastructure and the IT workforce.
This year, the country set a target of having 100,000 employees working remotely in 20 years.
According to the government, the new automated office systems are intended to help companies in areas such as recruitment, HR, communications, legal and marketing.
“These automated systems can help companies improve their operational efficiency and productivity,” said Anurag Sharma, secretary, IT and Information Technology (ITI), in a statement.
Autonova will be part of a larger strategy to introduce automation in India and beyond.
In September, the ministry of human resource development announced a nationwide program that aims to bring about automation in over 5,000 government departments by 2020.