I would use a provisioning template
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There are a few ways.
Os Provisioning as mentioned but while great for sequencing and handling reboots it has few controls around delivery methods and how to interact with users.
If you have 9.5SP1 then you can use a package bundle to sequence multiple packages.
If not, then you could look in the properties of the task itself and set a pre-package, main package and post-package. This is also pretty good for a push job to do something after installing Office.
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Another way is to set package dependencies. You could add a office dependencie to your batch file. Be sure that you have set a package detection in your office package.
Now you must only deploy your batch file