The purpose of the study is to investigate the impact of office automation systems (OAS) on organizational members and their job perceptions. An GAS framework was developed by the researchers based on previous studies. The GAS framework comprises four major subsystems with fifteen applications. The four subsystems include individual productivity subsystem, message handling subsystem, conferencing subsystem, and the other category subsystem. The authors sent questionnaires to the top 150 Taiwan’s companies, four questionnaires for each company. One hundred and fifty-five valid questionnaires were received. The valid response rate is 25.83%. Result indicated that scope of the office automation systems has changed to a broader and deeper manner. The individual productivity subsystem and the message handling subsystem have been adopted by over half of the companies while the conferencing subsystem and the other category subsystem are still in low usage. Organizations that adopted general OAS such as desktop publishing, presentation package and electronic scheduling could change the job perceptions of organizational members. Organizational members who adopted video conferencing and computer conferencing could change their own job perceptions. Results suggest that organization should not only emphasize on general office automation systems but also pay more attention to the conferencing systems. The’ OAS applications will definitely bring in job enrichment and positively inspire organizational members.