Bloomberg reports that Amazon has unveiled a new set of work-related tools for its voice-activated, Alexa-powered speakers that “let users issue voice commands to begin a video conference or print documents, among a multitude of common workplace functions.”

According to the story, “The skills can be accessed through Amazon’s Echo digital speakers and incorporated into workplace software. Amazon wants to bring to the office its voice-activated technology that customers are using to control thermostats and order pizzas from home. The company is seeking to make Alexa ubiquitous in users’ lives and views voice-command as the next wave of accessing technology, similar to the mouse on a personal computer and touch screens on smartphones.”