Metropolis Chosen to Speak at International Avaya Users Conference

Fort Lauderdale, FL, March 01, 2012 --( Metropolis Technologies is pleased to announce that they have been chosen to speak at the IAUG Global Education Conference, to be held May 20 - 24, 2012 in Boston.

The annual conference draws Avaya customers from across the globe to network and share best practices as well as provide comprehensive learning opportunities.

The Metropolis team will participate in two sessions:

· The Avaya Dashboard: Using Real Time Telecom Analytics in Today's Business
This session offers a broad look at the usage of CDR reporting analytics and how the utilization of this data can impact a business. Case studies and real-life examples will be offered throughout the session.

· Is Your PBX A Money Pit? Knowing the Risks and Liabilities
This interactive session is an opportunity for audience members to learn about the legal and financial liabilities of their existing PBX system and ways to self fund other projects through PBX ROI. Topics to be discussed will be best practices for utilization and cost analytics around productivity and trunking.

"We are honored to participate in this year's conference," said DJ Fairley, dynamic presenter and representative for Metropolis. "This event presents a great opportunity to share our expertise and learn from our peers."

For more information on Metropolis’ sessions, contact them directly at 954.414.2900 or register online at

About Metropolis Technologies, Inc.
Metropolis Technologies, Inc. is a leading telemanagement solution provider for telecom management and call accounting. The company’s distinctive product offerings, OfficeWatch, ProfitWatch, and AgentWatch provide visibility through call tracking, robust reporting modules, expense management, and trunk analysis. Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Metropolis has provided solutions to businesses throughout North America as well as on a global scale since 1993. For more information, please visit

Metropolis Technologies, Inc.
Sharon Harry