“A significant rule of technology used in business – Automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency and when applied to an inefficient operation, will magnify the inefficiency”. – Bill Gates

Automation and Digitalization are terms often seen folded together but connote different meanings altogether. A human created wizard which eliminates manual efforts by automating the task to redefine the productivity of various operations is what automation is all about while digitalization is a requisite part of automation in the publishing industry. Automating services include any procedures that can be robotized are scripted and adjusted with different procedures for ideal succession. Thus, while moving hand in hand digitization acts as a lingua franca for producing varied automation services.

Automation being the key towards a developed economy, has largely outgrown numerous industries including infrastructure, IT, education, entertainment, and now gradually emerging its core value in publishing houses. It has shaped every industry it contacts with inconspicuous contrasts. While unfolding it’s presence into the digital epoch, automation in publishing houses has unleashed destruction on specific fragments of the publishing industry, yet opening doors to numerous new publishers and writers.

As new automation devices have streamlined the publishing & distribution procedures and welcomed a totally different class of creative writers. The arising digital era transpiring with the

Information age had increased the demand for content, thus, the need for expert essayists stays solid. The effect of automation on readers has also been positive to a great extent. It is surprising to know that automation has turned out a lot kinder to buyers than to its makers. It has largely improved the content quality, thus augmenting our choices. Another of its greatest effects is the capacity to cut expenses and lower costs which have greatly affected its efficiency in various businesses.

We are living in an era where digitalization and automation are crawling from one industry to the other, leaving behind a unique impression. In the publishing sector, the effects are enthralling. For the vast majority of us however, computerization has generally been something to be thankful for. Presently we have unquestionably more data and learning material readily available than ever.