Office Automation

The term Office Automation originally came into popular use when the local area network (LAN) allowed office staff to more efficiently handle documents and information. Word processors and office productivity suites such as Microsoft Office and Open Office soon became essential.  Information systems employing databases have  become the norm in many offices. eCommerce and workflow systems are still only found in larger organisations. Until now, fully integrated business systems have been very expensive and required a high "critical mass" to be cost effective. The development of effective international standards has enabled the interoperability of software systems developed open source communities and proprietary companies.

Integrated Imaging has developed a number of automated systems designed to assist enterprises of all sizes to dramatically improve productivity by integrating systems and processes.

Web-based  Information Systems.