Metropolis to Demonstrate OfficeWatch at Enterprise Connect 2012
March 22, 2012
By Chris Freeburn
, TMCnet Web Editor
Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based Metropolis Technologies (News - Alert), a developer of telemanagement solutions, announced that it will participate in the Enterprise Connect (News - Alert) 2012 conference, to be held at Gaylord Palms in Orlando, Florida, from March 26th – 29th. The company said it will offer demonstrations of its newest telemanagement, call accounting, and virtual call center solutions at the conference. The solutions are targeted toward the healthcare, education, government, hospitality and financial sectors. Visitors to the conference will also get a demonstration of the company’s latest version of its OfficeWatch Telemanagment tool, OfficeWatch XT.
Metropolis’s line of products for virtual call and contact centers includes ProfitWatch Call Accounting for Property Managers, a user-friendly call accounting application designed to meet the needs of property managers and hospitality industry clients. ProfitWatch features multi-site capabilities and real-time billing, allowing companies to produce additional revenue while lowering costs through flexible tenant and guest invoicing, enhanced staff productivity and mitigated phone problems.
The company’s AgentWatch Contact Center Solution permits call center managers to reduce abandoned calls and boost agent performance. The web-based solution also provides customizable dashboards for supervisors and individual agents. It enables monitoring of numerous hunt groups and transmits alerts to management when key performance indicators exceed manager-defined levels.
Call centers may also used Metropolis’ OfficeWatch Telemanagement for Business, which allows convenient tracking of all enterprise calls to assess employee productivity and prevent unauthorized phone usage. OfficeWatch Telemanagement for Business features an automatic report scheduler that produces an unlimited number of reports for email, print or data storage on a periodic basis to be determined by the call center managers. 911 alert notifications and trunk analysis tools for liability and expense reduction are also included in OfficeWatch Telemanagement for Business.
Founded in 1993, Metropolis Technologies creates telemanagement solutions for businesses of all sizes and industries. In January, the company announced that the sandwich chain Subway had selected OfficeWatch as its telemanagement solution. The company said that Subway chose OfficeWatch to generate automatic reports for all incoming and outgoing calls and its ability to specify the type of information and details included in the reports. Metropolis said that OfficeWatch could track call information details like extensions, departments, dates, duration of calls, cost of calls and length of calls. The company noted that using OfficeWatch, Subway now had access to the solution’s 911 emergency call alarms and alerts.
Edited by Rich Steeves