MASSACHUSETTS' DIVISION OF FISHERIES & WILDLIFE SELECTS OFFICEWATCH
FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida – April 08, 2008-- Metropolis, a leading manufacturer of call accounting and telemanagement solutions, is pleased to announce that Massachusetts’ Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (MassWildlife) has selected OfficeWatch Call Accounting for Business for use at its agency. The Web version of OfficeWatch was chosen, which allows authorized users access to the system from any PC with and Internet connection.
MassWildlife was founded as a state fisheries commission in 1866 in response to citizen concerns about the loss of Atlantic salmon to dams and pollution. The continuing development of the agency from that time until the present reflects the will of the citizens of Massachusetts to protect and restore natural resources. The conservation - including protection, restoration, and management - of Massachusetts' fauna and flora is MassWildlife’s statutory responsibility. This also includes the stewardship of all wild amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals, and freshwater and diadromous fishes in the state, as well as endangered, threatened, and special concern species, including native wild plants and invertebrates.
Metropolis has been a provider of call accounting and telemanagement software solutions for businesses and the hospitality industry since 1993, with several thousand installations throughout the United States and North America. Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Metropolis provides OfficeWatch Call Accounting for Business and ProfitWatch Hotel Call Accounting directly to end-users and select resellers globally.