Metropolis AND DUVOICE TEAM UP TO PROVIDE UNIFIED HOSPITALITY APPLICATIONS
FORT LAUDERDALE , Florida - October 11, 2005 -- Metropolis, a leading provider of call accounting solutions to the hospitality and general business industries, has teamed up with DuVoice, a well-respected provider of hospitality messaging systems, to provide a comprehensive voicemail, automated attendant, wakeup call, PMS and call accounting platform for small, mid-sized and large hospitality-related properties. “This is a very exciting partnership,” said Jerry Jacob, Vice-President of Sales for Metropolis. “DuVoice and Metropolis are well-known and respected for their tireless efforts to provide reliable products and excellent customer support. Combined together, our products will be a very powerful solution for hoteliers."
DuVoice Corporation has been developing messaging system software and turn key systems in Kirkland , Washington since 1990. DuVoice products are based on software that is developed and maintained in-house along with "off the shelf" hardware from a variety of manufacturers including Brooktrout, Intel, and DFI - all recognized leaders in the message processing industry. DuVoice products work on a wide array of telephone switch equipment in both the general messaging and hospitality messaging markets and are distributed through a network of distributors and dealers throughout the Americas. DuVoice Corporation has twice been the recipient of the Delloitte and Touche Fast Fifty award, recognizing DuVoice as one of the fastest growing large tech firms in the region.
Metropolis is a progressive software company that has been a provider of call accounting software for both the hospitality industry and general businesses since 1993. Metropolis specializes in the hospitality industry and markets its call accounting products, ProfitWatch for Hotels and OfficeWatch for Businesses, both domestically and internationally through direct and indirect sales with select OEM agreements. Metropolis was recently awarded DevConnect status with Avaya, allowing Metropolis to strike partnerships with major Avaya distributors such as Voda One and Catalyst.