A book called Office Automation for Business is set to be released by the Office Automators Association.
The book is designed to teach office automation and to give businesses an idea of what to expect when they deploy the technology.
The group said it was designed to help companies manage their staff and ensure their systems are in the best place for the future.
It also gives the industry a new set of tools to create better systems.
This new book will be released as part of the next major edition of the book.
The new edition will be based on the latest technologies.
The first edition of Office Automations was published in January.
The authors of the new edition said it would help businesses and businesses owners make better decisions about how to use the technologies in their organisations.
“As an industry, we have an incredible opportunity to take the right technologies, make them more relevant and to get them into the hands of businesses,” said Tom Bevan, the group’s executive director.
The group was formed after a number of issues with the latest version of the Office automation book. “
In this way, the next edition will give business owners and businesses the tools they need to be successful and have the best chance of meeting the evolving demands of their businesses.”
The group was formed after a number of issues with the latest version of the Office automation book.
It said it found the latest edition of The Office Automator Handbook to be too detailed and had asked for changes.
It will be published in April.
It says the next version will be simpler to use and provide more clarity about what is covered and what is not covered.
This will be the first time the book has been updated in three decades.
The author of the first edition, Andrew McAfee, has been involved in a number organisations in the last 10 years and was named a PwC Partner of the Year in 2013.
The organisation’s first edition was published 10 years ago and the current edition will go into the public domain next year.