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Automation Associates bridge the gap between staff & office

Automation Associates bridge the gap between staff & office tech.


Automation Associates increases NZ business productivity ahead of the rest of the world leveraging the latest office automation technologies.

“Kiwis are proud of our can-do attitude however we are lacking in global productivity standings. If we can get more out of our office day, that’s better for everyone and in the long run the whole country benefits.” says Automation Associates Director, Brendon Reid. “I want to live in a country where we work smarter not harder to be the best and leveraging office technology is how we are going to do it”

The company, with offices in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch goes well beyond the installation of automation products, focussing on creating a technology solution that celebrates the spirit of an organisation’s culture and underpins their core values”

“Our goal is for our commercial automation technology to achieve 100% engagement within an organisation. Our clients tell us that it’s our consult phase that sets us apart from other integrators and we know this is what drives the success of the project” says Automation Associates Director, Brendon Reid.

Automation Associates takes time to consult with staff at all levels of an organisation, digging deep to assess the current landscape, areas the client would like to improve on and what works for that particular client. They then create a tailor-made solution that best suits the organisation’s culture and environment.

Automation Associates are so serious about having their solutions used effectively by their customers that they set up their proposed solution in a pilot space before any office installation takes place.

This allows the staff who will be using the technology to fine tune the solution and use it in real day-to-day scenarios. Only when the solution is a perfect fit will the automation technology be rolled out into site.

“We are not like most companies who introduce new technology, train one or two people and call the job complete”, explains Reid. “We run training workshops and often leave a trainer at the client’s site for a period of time to ensure the business gets 110% out of their new tech”.

“It’s working” says Reid “we’ve seen first-hand the difference our solutions have made to Kiwi businesses. Our purpose is to simplify life through technology and we are proud to be doing that for businesses big and small all over NZ”.

The Automation Associates extensive range of commercial office automation solutions includes; Crestron Controls, Polycom video conferencing, meeting room booking, meeting room AV and other technologies which make conferencing and meetings run more efficiently.

The Automation Associates extensive range of commercial automation tools can be viewed on their website.


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